Check Our Progress!!

Hello my friends, We’ve added two countries to our 1,000 Cranes MAP this week! Thanks to Rosa in Italy for sending a crane from her class, and to Lauren at Kilbred College in Australia for joining us as well! I.C.G.Caruano plesso “L.Radice” classe prima D 97019 Vittoria (RG) Sicilia Italia Lauren, Kilbred College, Australia I’m getting some email with questions about how to participate. If you’ve been wondering too, read below! We have two programs going this year. The Peace Crane Exchange is designed to connect you…

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Meet Caeser!

Hello my friends,  Did you know the Peace Crane Project is run by volunteers all around the world? We’ll be featuring a few of them on this blog over the coming weeks. Qayssar “Caeser” Alward Peace Crane Project Social Media Guru Many of our posts to social media these days are generated by Caeser. Thanks for all you do, Caeser! Qayssar Alward was born in Baghdad, Iraq, in 1991. He received the B.E. degree in law from Al-Mamon University College, Baghdad, Iraq, in 2013. In 2012,…

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Iran Joins the Peace Crane Project

Hello my friends, We are collecting cranes to display around the world! Our friends at Peace Day 365 are in discussions now to show the cranes at the United Nations in New York this September. The cranes will be traveling from there to an event in Canada, then on to several prominent venues and locations, to be announced soon. Each week we will feature one of our participants here. Aida is from Iran and is currently studying for her MA in International Law and Human…

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Meet Miguel

NEW THIS YEAR – We are collecting cranes to display around the world! Each week we will feature a different participant. If you would like to be featured, please send your cranes to us!Here it is, the first crane in our flock! Direct from our friend Miguel at OrigaMIT, the origami club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Here’s a photo of Miguel! Thanks so much for joining us, Miguel Vega at OrigaMIT! Now, it’s your turn to join in! Here’s how to participate: 1. Fold a crane. 2. Write a…

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