올 9월 12일(일) 대학로에서 열리는 '유엔세계평화의 날' 기념사업을 후원하기 위한 일일카페가 8월 30일(월) 오후 2시~밤 11시까지 명동의 '카페 빈트리'에서 개최됩니다.

이번 일일카페는 특히 유엔의 공식잡지인 UN Chronicle(유엔크로니클)의 한국어판 발간팀이 주도적으로 준비하게 되어, 다양한 이벤트를 마련했답니다.

저도 이날 오후6시 이후부터 동참하게 되는데, Buy Me Coffee Project도 동일하게 이곳에서 진행됩니다! 오실 분 미리 댓글로 연락주세요~  :)


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  1. addr | edit/del | reply 가장자리 2010.08.27 15:38 신고

    와 좋은 소식 ! 저도 가야겠네요! ^^ 사실 BMCP 메일 보냈는데 제대로 받으셨는지.. 어떻게 됬는지 모르겠네요..

    • addr | edit/del Favicon of http://www.theuntoday.com BlogIcon 소셜앙터프러너 단호비전 2010.08.27 17:54 신고

      아~ 신청해주셨군요! 제가 이메일을 다 확인할 수 없어서 우선 BCMP 폴더에 차곡 저장해놨습니다. 곧 연락이 갈건데, 이날 오시면 만날 수 있겠군요!! ^^

    • addr | edit/del 가장자리 2010.08.29 00:05 신고

      네 그 때 뵈어요 !

    • addr | edit/del 가장자리 2010.08.31 15:06 신고

      아.. 이날 갔었는데 7시 좀 넘어 다른 약속이 있어서 나왔어요. 횡단보도에 서있는데 그 때 쯤에 카페로 오고계시던 홍보관님 봤습니다.. 아 5분만 더 있다 나올걸 ..ㅋㅋ 이러면서 .. 다음을 기약하지요!

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      아핫 그렇군요! 어떤 분이 제 블로그를 보고서 그날 카페에서 "만나기로 한 분 있다고 했는데 만나셨나요?" 물어보더라고요 ^^

    • addr | edit/del 가장자리 2010.09.02 01:00 신고

      하하 그랬군요. BMCP 기대됩니다 ^^



한국외대에 재학중인 김경신씨와 김종환씨가 2009년도 유엔사무국에서 '유엔세계평화의 날'을 기념하여 진행한 동영상경쟁 부문에서 영예의 대상을 차지했다. 'We Must Disarm'이라 이름붙힌 이들의 영상에는 왜 인류가 핵무기를 철폐해야 하는지, 과거의 사례를 분석하면서 다양한 시민들의 요구를 생동감있게 잡은 것으로 호평을 받았다.

이들의 동영상은 특히 유엔총회가 열리는 동안 각국 대표단과 유엔고위급 임원들에게 상영이 되었으며, 이번 10월 브뤼셀에서 열리는 군축관련 회의에서도 상영될 예정이다.

"보다 나은 세상을 위한 국제사회의 움직임"을 지지하고 또 홍보하는 저널리스트가 되길 원하는 김경신 씨와는 '유엔진출Workshop' 1기에 강사와 수강생으로 만난 사이였다. 그리고 지금은  '동역자'로서 홍보활동을 통한 더 나은 세상을 꿈꾸고 있다. 김경신 씨는 또한 1기 수강생들과 함께 쓴 <대한민국 20대, 유엔을 꿈꾸다: 유엔진출워크북>(에딧더월드, 근간)의 공동저자로, 조만간 저자로도 데뷔할 준비를 하고 있다. 




한국학생들의 작품 <We Must Disarm!>이 대상을 차지했을 알리는 공고문







1. WMD 동영상 대상을 받으셨는데요, 어떤 기획(또는 의도)로 만들었습니까?

 우선은 군축이나 핵무기에 관한 최근 유엔의 입장과 노력에 대해 자료조사를 좀했었습니다. We must disarm 관련 홈페이지에 친절하게 "반기문사무총장님의 핵무기에 관한 5가지 원칙"이나 여러 자료들이 많이 올려져 있더라구요. 그리고 그것에 반되되는 주장인 "민주평화론"에 대해서도 공부를 좀 했습니다. 민주평화론은 핵무기의 소유가 오히려 전쟁을 억지하는 효과가 있다는 주장이었죠. 그래서 저희는 "핵무기가 인류의 생명을 앗아갔던 일본 핵 투하 장면" 을 삽입해서, 핵무기 소유 자체가 유협거리가 될 수 있음을 피력했습니다. 더불어 저희 학교에 다니는 다양한 국가 출신의 학생들의 "We must disarm"구호를 담아서 마지막 부분에 첨가했는데, 


2. 팀을 짜서 만드셨는데, 팀을 소개해주시고, 어떤 역할분담을 했나요?

 종환이와 저는 학과에서 가장친한(?) 동기입니다. 이전에 같이 작업을 했던적은 없지만, 함께 고민도 나누고 생각도 공유하는 절친한 사이였죠. 이번 공모전을 계기로 처음으로 작업을 해보게 되었습니다. 스토리 작업과 스크립트는 같이 협력해서 짰구요. 종환이는 어릴적 외국에서 국제학교에 다닌 경험이 있어서 영어를 매우 잘하는데, 그래서 스크립트와 자료수집, 인터뷰 대상자 컨택등을 맡았습니다. 저는 촬영과 편집을 담당했구요.


3. 상을 받으셨는데, 앞으로의 계획이랄지 포부는?

 Youtube에 처음으로 제가 만든영상을 업로드하고 나서, 몇몇 외국인 유저와 친구도 맺고 "구독"을 받기도 하게 되었는데요. 제가 생각했던것보다 많은 사람들이 "평화"에 관심이 많고, 또 나름 자신의 생각대로 평화가 더욱 이루어지기를 바라며, 열심히 영상도 만들고 있다는 것을 깨달았습니다. 당분간은 저도 국제 평화나 빈곤문제를 주제로 다양한 영상들을 만들어보고, 다른 사람들과 공유하면서 생각도 나누고 실력도 쌓고 싶네요.

 또 나중에는 이렇게 "보다 나은 세상을 위한 국제사회의 움직임"을 지지하고 또 홍보하는... UNDP같은 부서에 몸담아 일해보고 싶기도 합니다.

 

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  1. addr | edit/del | reply Favicon of http://www.climatechangeupdate.orgq BlogIcon ecozestor 2009.10.22 01:39 신고

    정말 멋진 소식입니다! 와우~

  2. addr | edit/del | reply Favicon of http://worldfriends.kr BlogIcon 세계개척자 2009.10.22 11:24 신고

    우와 정말 기쁜 소식이네요^^ 대한민국을 자랑스럽게 만드는 분들!!

  3. addr | edit/del | reply Favicon of http://WWW.THEUNTODAY.COM BlogIcon 김정태 2009.11.02 22:44 신고

    http://news.nate.com/view/20091023n01078 이곳에서 조선일보 인터뷰 기사가 나왔어요~^^

작년에 이어 올해도 한국에서 조직될 '유엔세계평화의 날'(9월 21일) 주제는
We Must Disarm!(WMD)로 정해졌다. 최근의 트위터, 페이스북 등 소셜네트워킹을 이용한
혁신적인 캠페인을 벌이고 있는 유엔은 1~100개의 'We Must Disarm!' 이유를 일반인들에게
알리는데 주력하고 있다.

특히, 1~10번까지는 반기문 유엔사무총장이 직접 쓴 내용들인데,
www.twitter.com/wemustdisarm를 통해 발표되고 있다. 지난 6월 13일부터 100일간 캠페인으로 진행되는
2009년도 유엔세계평화의 날 한국진행을 위해 곧 '유엔세계평화의 날 한국조직위원회'가 결성되고,
영화제, 가두캠페인, 한국형 트위터, 세미나 등을 개최할 예정이다.

올해 멋지게 함께 캠페인을 진행할 분들이 계시면 알려주세요!

[UN News] 16 June 2009

The Secretary-General launched the start of the ambitious multiplatform “WMD-WeMustDisarm” campaign on Saturday, 13 June, by transmitting the first of 100 short online messages via Twitter, FacebookMySpace, email and radio – one for each day between now and 21 September – counting down until the International Day of Peace

This year's theme is nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. 

Organizers expect the campaign will help to stimulate interest and mobilize action on these important issues at a moment of both urgency and opportunity, when nuclear disarmament could actually become a possibility. 

Everyone who uses Twitter, Facebook and Myspace is welcome to join in and follow the campaign and to help spread the word as well about these “100 reasons to disarm.” 

Everyone is also encouraged to sign the We Must Disarm Declaration on the UN Foundation web site to show support.

As of Tuesday morning, New York time, over 500 supporters had joined the campaign via Twitter.

Rainn Wilson, actor in the American television comedy The Office who has more than 815,000 followers on Twitter, has also joined the campaign and has been "re-tweeting" the Secretary-General's messages to his followers. Other celebrities will be getting involved in due course. 

The campaign will also draw attention to two existing treaties – the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

The Secretary-General is issuing his inaugural message and starting the campaign in June to inspire Member States, UN partners and civil society to start making advance plans for observing the day.

Many of the campaign messages will begin with “WMD-WeMustDisarm...” and go on to list a reason to disarm.

The General Assembly established the International Day of Peace in 1981 as a “day of ceasefire and non-violence” (A/RES/36/67) and (A/RES/55/67).

This year, the day will observed at UNHQ and other duty stations on 18 September since 21 September is an official UN holiday in many parts of the world.


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  1. addr | edit/del | reply Favicon of http://. BlogIcon Soyeon Jeon 2009.07.11 00:53 신고

    어... 저 관심있는데... 이건 혹시 facebook이나 트위터로만 하는 건가요?
    실제 현장에서 보조나 도움을 주는 게 아니라요?

2008년 유엔세계평화의 날을 위해 한국에서도 뜻있는 분들이 캠페인에 동참한 적이 있습니다.
약 10일 동안의 짮은 준비기간 동안에도 열정을 다해 함께 뛰었던 '유엔세계평화의날 한국조직위원회'의 멤버들에게
감사의 마음을 전합니다.

In the Republic of Korea, diverse civil society and student volunteer organizations formed the Korean Organizing Committee for UN International Day of Peace. Some of their activities included screening of the Secretary-General's video message, hanging posters at prominent locations, online campaigns and local media coverage. Syndicated Korean cartoonist, Wonsoo Lee contributed two cartoons for free promotional use.

아래엔 유엔본부의 유엔뉴스에 올라온 2008년 세계평화의 날 관련 뉴스입니다. 이원수 화백께서 협찬해 주신 만화를 비롯해서, 저희 관련 사진이 3장이나 올라와 있습니다.^^



Dateline: New York | Author: iSeek] Messages of peace sent from around the world for the 2008 International Day of Peace are displayed on monitors in the General Assembly Hall at the start of the 63rd Session General Debate. (Credit: Eric Falt)

As Heads of State and Government and delegates gathered at Headquarters on Tuesday, 23 September, for the start of the General Debate of the 63rd Session, they were greeted by messages of peace from the world's peoples displayed on the General Assembly Hall's monitors beginning at 8:30 a.m. and broadcast for 30 minutes.

The unprecedented happening was the culmination of a global "Txt 4 peace" campaign launched by the Department of Public Information, and in which the Secretary-General Messages of peace sent from around the world for the 2008 International Day of Peace are displayed on monitors in the General Assembly Hall at the start of the 63rd Session General Debate. (Credit: Eric Falt) himself participated, to send messages of peace to the world's leaders on the occasion of the 2008 International Day of Peace, 21 September.

 

Short text messages were sent from people's mobile phones along with emails from a web site set up for the purpose.

 

Millions of messages were sent to raise awareness worldwide and messages have been received on the txt 4 peace web site from 132 countries. See the messages.   

 

The Secretary-General's text message, which he sent at the Friday, 19 September Headquarters commemoration, read, "On 21 September, the International Day of Peace, I call on world leaders and peoples around the world to join forces against conflict, poverty and hunger, and for all human rights for all."

 

Messages of peace sent from around the world for the 2008 International Day of Peace are displayed on monitors in the General Assembly Hall at the start of the 63rd Session General Debate. (Credit: Eric Falt)The broadcast of peace messages, received and displayed in many languages, is to continue in the GA Hall for the rest of the week in the mornings before the official meetings begin. Messages were also being broadcast on monitors throughout the Secretariat.

 

The Alliance of Civilizations celebrated International Day of Peace by highlighting the crucial role young religious leaders and youth representatives in the community play in promoting cross-cultural understanding and dialogue. As a follow-up to their last video for International Day of Youth, two young interns at the Alliance, Sarah Tarshis and Dex Torricke-Barton, produced another short video about their generation's contribution to the fight against religious stereotypes and the importance of breaking down barriers.

 

In locations around the world, United Nations offices celebrated the Day established by the General Assembly for "commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples" and as a Day of "global ceasefire and non-violence."

 

The network of 63 UN Information Centres (UNICs) as well as a number of UN peacekeeping operations organized varied activities including sports competitions, peace rallies, photo exhibits, panel discussions, and radio and TV programmes.

 

Afghan children celebrating International Day of Peace. (Credit: UNAMA)Afghanistan : Guns fell silent across many areas of Afghanistan on Sunday as the tens of thousands of soldiers of the national and international militaries, and the Taliban all stood down from offensive military operations in support of the biggest International Peace Day effort that Afghanistan has known.

 

From Kabul to Kandahar, and Mazar to Nimroz, communities across the country were marking the day with sports events, marches, and gatherings – representing a huge groundswell of support for peace and following a peace appeal on Friday by President Hamid Karzai. Streets and vehicles were adorned with some three hundred thousand blue flags distributed by national businesses and carrying the symbol of a dove.

 

Afghan youth displaying one of some three hundred thousand blue flags distributed by national businesses and carrying the symbol of a dove. (Credit: UNAMA)Text messages for peace appeared on mobile phones, sent out by the major telecommunications companies. Meanwhile, teams of health workers fanned out across seven provinces in the south, east, and west of the country in the most ambitious peace day polio vaccination effort to date – potentially reaching 1.8 million children.

 

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Kai Eide, described the response as "remarkable" and in a statement urged Afghans and their international partners alike to join together in making enduring peace a common goal. "Today's events show the huge demand that exists for peace in Afghanistan," he said. "A window for peace has been opened, through which the people of Afghanistan are making themselves heard."

 

The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and UN agencies in Afghanistan work alongside multiple Afghan and international partners in efforts to support Peace Day, both as a means of increasing space for humanitarian activities and as a means of promoting peace itself.

 

Argentina: The 8th Parliamentary Assembly of Youth Leaders entitled "Youth, Justice and Peace" and a peace commemoration, both with NGO participation, were organized during the weekend to commemorate the International Day of Peace.
 

One of two cartoons that syndicated Korean cartoonist, Wonsoo Lee contributed for free promotional use for International Day of Peace. (Credit: Wonsoo Lee) Armenia: The traditional UN Cup Chess Festival entitled "Sports for Peace" for students, journalists, and civil society took place. In addition, in coordination with the UN information office in Yerevan, a local mobile phone company sent the SG's text message in Armenian to its 600,000 subscribers.

 
Austria: The UN Information Service in Vienna organized the forum Uniting for Peace for students from southeastern Europe, in cooperation with the City of Vienna. UNIS also collected hundreds of messages for peace in several languages via e-mail and from visitors to the UN Office in Vienna.
 
Bahrain: UNIC Manama partnered with the Bahrain National telecommunications company BATELCO, which sent the SG's text message to all of its 700,000 subscribers.

 

In addition, UNIC Manama, teaming up with Bahrain's Ministry of Information and Al Jazeera Children TV Channel, organized a special Peace Day commemoration at Bahrain's National Museum. Al Jazeera Children TV devoted a programme to the International Day of Peace and its correspondent in Bahrain focused on the "Painting For Peace" workshop, co-organized by UNIC, the Ministry of Information and lead by Bahrain top painter and peace activist Abbas Al Mousawi, also at the National Museum.

 

BBC Radio Arabic Service devoted an entire programme to the SG's SMS (simple message system) initiative and interviewed people from Gaza on their peace expectations while Bahrain, Qatar and UAE national TV channels aired excerpts of the SG's video message during their prime time news programmes. The leading newspapers in the three countries as well as some in Saudi Arabia published articles on the SG's initiative to resort to his mobile phone to spread the call for peace. In addition to running excerpts of it in its prime time news, Al Arabiya TV posted the SG's message on its Arabic and Farsi web sites.

 

Bangladesh : The UNIC, together with UN system partners, NGOs and government representatives, chose "Peace we can make, World we can change" as the best slogan for the International Day of Peace. It cooperated with a mobile phone company to disseminate the peace message to millions and to organize a Peace Day Rally, jointly with Dhaka University. Media outreach included a radio programme on Bangladesh Betar and a TV discussion on Bangladesh Television, as well as an article on the International Day of Peace, written by UNIC Dhaka, and published by the popular Bangla daily Prothom Alo.

 

Burundi march for International Day of Peace. (Credit: UNIC) Belgium : Screening of the documentary "War Child" took place as part of UNRIC Brussels' project CINE-ONU.

 

Benelux: At the initiative of UNRIC Brussels, various religious leaders and leaders of humanistic and other movements in the Benelux countries commemorated the Day and transmitted the SG's message to members of their communities.

 

Brazil: The Second Forum on Violence, Popular Participation and Human Rights at the Catholic University of Rio was co-organized by UNIC and a local NGO.

 

Burundi: UNIC Bujumbura co-organized activities with the UN Integrated Office in Burundi, the Government of Burundi and the National Football Federation, including a soccer match between FNL Palipehutu (last rebel movement in Burundi) and the National Army team. It also co-organized a March for Peace.
 
Burundi march for International Day of Peace. (Credit: UNIC) China: The UNDP Office in Beijing partnered with DPI and received hundreds of on-line peace messages through its dedicated web site on the International Day of Peace.

In Côte d'Ivoire, four mobile phone companies and 25,000 people participated by either sending or receiving messages. The UN Operation in Côte d'Ivoire, UNOCI's public service announcements promoting the campaign ran on Ivoirian TV and on cnn.com/iReport.

 

Egypt: The UNIC arranged a photographic exhibit on UN peacekeeping, in cooperation with the International Federation for Peace and the Governorate Hurgada, at the Red Sea resort Hurgada. The network of "Lycées jésuites" and the National Council for Youth took part in the peace messaging campaign via the peaceday2008.org web site and organized a viral SMS campaign within their national networks.

 

France: UNRIC's Desk for France organized a reading of "UN ou la renaissance d'une utopie", a play about peacekeeping, and moderated the round-table in Marseille on peacekeeping operations.
 

Ghana: UNIC Accra partnered with Ghana Telecom which received some 40 individual text messages on peace in English and Twi. The Centre also organized a peace walk in the capital as well as presentations on the International Day of Peace at local high schools.
 
India: UNIC New Delhi, in collaboration with the National Legal Services Authority, launched a 12-day campaign Celebrating Peace and Non-Violence, which concludes on 2 October, the International Day of Non-Violence. The campaign was launched from Gandhi Smriti, the venue where Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated.

Indonesia: A series of activities to commemorate the Day, including an address by the Indonesian President and a peace walk and bazaar, co-organized by UNIC, the UN Resident Coordinator, Indonesian Veteran's League and the Ministry of Peoples Social Welfare.

 

Ireland: An exhibit opened on UN peacekeeping operations at the Dublin Institute of Technology, the largest educational institution in Ireland, with remarks by UNRIC's UK and Ireland Desk Officer and a former UN peacekeeper.

 

Japan: UNIC Tokyo collected one hundred online postcards with peace messages through its special IDP website (www.unic.or.jp/peaceday/).

 

Kenya: The UNIC partnered with the mobile company Safaricom, which received over 100,000 individual text messages on peace while several Kenyan newspapers featured the SMS campaign.

 
Lebanon: A 30-second TV spot was produced with Lebanese singer Carole Samaha, delivering a message of peace for broadcast on Lebanese TV stations, in collaboration with the UN Communications Group. The mobile company Naharnet/Power Me Mobile sent a peace message to 350,000 subscribers while Lebanese religious leaders were invited to support the International Day of Peace in their weekend public statements. A series of articles on the role of UNIFIL was published in the daily Al Balad during the week of 21 September.

 

UNIFIL asked Lebanese people for their messages of peace, several of which were recorded on video and posted on cnn.com's iReport.

 

In Liberia, UNMIL collected more than 10,000 text messages on peace from throughout the country.


Children in Pakistan take part in International Day of Peace celebration. (Credit: UNIC) Mexico: The 60th anniversary of UN peacekeeping exhibit was inaugurated at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Peace Bell Ceremony at a public park in Mexico City. In addition, UNIC collected hundreds of peace messages through a special page on its web site.
 
Nepal: The UNIC partnered with the NGO Equal Access in launching a competition titled "What Peace Means to You", asking young people to send in their views about peace through SMS, phone calls, e-mails and letters. The responses are to be compiled in a booklet and issued on Human Rights Day on 10 December, while the best slogan will be selected by a panel of judges. In addition, the UNIC will conduct several knowledge-sharing sessions to discuss issues related to peace at the community level.

 

Pakistan elementary school students and teachers listen to an address by an official on International Day of Peace. (Credit: UNIC) Pakistan: The UNIC mobilized civil society and youth groups to join the TXT 4 PEACE / WRITE 4 PEACE campaign to send a peace message to their friends, family and social and business contacts, aiming to circulate peace messages to over 2 million people in Pakistan and abroad. A number of activities took place in several educational institutions to encourage students to support the UN campaign for peace. In addition, a private radio channel FM100 aired a programme entitled "Peace transmission", inviting listeners to send text messages on peace.


Paraguay: The UNIC partnered with the mobile phone company Nucleo SA to send a peace message to 630,000 of its subscribers. Other Peace Day activities included a commemorative event, a parade of students and a series of conferences on human security and human rights.


Brazzaville students in the Republic of Congo write online message to greet the International Day of Peace. (Credit: UNIC) Portugal: UNRIC's Desk Officer for Portugal delivered a lecture at an event to commemorate the International Day of Peace, organized by the Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation. Other activities included the launch of a Peace Poster contest, organized by UNRIC and Cascais High School and a conference on peace and the United Nations, organized by Pro Dignitate Foundation and UNRIC Brussels.
 

Republic of the Congo: UNIC Brazzaville organized a special matinée with students and NGO representatives to celebrate the Day. During the course of the event, participants were able to use the Centre's Internet Corner to send their online peace messages. The Centre also organized a panel discussion on peace and development, in cooperation with the National Commission for Justice and Peace and the Universal Federation for Peace.

 

Korean child writing her message for International Day of Peace. (Credit: Jeong Tae Kim)In the Republic of Korea, diverse civil society and student volunteer organizations formed the Korean Organizing Committee for UN International Day of Peace. Some of their activities included screening of the Secretary-General's video message, hanging posters at prominent locations, online campaigns and local media coverage. Syndicated Korean cartoonist, Wonsoo Lee contributed two cartoons for free promotional use.

 

Russian Federation : The UNIC organized a special event to mark the Day with a traditional wreath-laying ceremony, remarks by the UN Resident Coordinator and government representatives and with the participation of pupils of Moscow's network of "schools of peace". 

South Africa: UNIC Pretoria partnered with the cell-phone service provider MTN to send SMS peace message to subscribers in South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Swaziland, Guinea-Bissau, Zambia and Uganda.

Other activities included an International Peace Day assembly at a local primary school during a month-long peace awareness programme and an arts competition attended by more than 100 students, challenging them to use their creativity to give their personal interpretation of what "peace" means to them. UNIC staff was part of the panel to judge the best peace-day related poem, poster and drama performance. Another programme at a high school in Johannesburg focused on xenophobia, with many students present being asylum seekers and some even victims of xenophobic violence in South Africa earlier this year.

 

Sri Lanka: A Peace Walk and seminar to mark the Day took place, jointly organized by the UNIC and the UN Association of Sri Lanka.

 

Thailand: An observance of the Day took place, organized in cooperation with Chulalongkorn University as well as a briefing programme for 65 monks from Mahachulalongkorn Rajavitayalai University.

 

Timor-Leste: Several peacekeeping operations conducted campaigns for peace. UNMIT received over 1,000 text messages on "what can you do for peace?" and its public service announcements illustrating several Timorese ideas on peace are displayed in cnn.com/iReport.

 
Turkey: A peace bell ceremony took place, jointly organized by the UNIC and the Turkish-Japanese Foundation, with the participation of government officials, representatives of UN agencies, NGOs and the public.

Ukraine: A football game in Donetsk was played to mark the Day in the framework of Puma Peace One Day Initiative.

 
United Kingdom: UNRIC's UK and Ireland Desk delivered the SG's message at the Rochdale Peace Parade.
 
United States: UNIC Washington marked the Day by organizing an exhibit honoring 60 years of UN Peacekeeping and a Knowledge Fair at the US Capital, which was attended by congressmen and a coalition of NGO advocacy groups.
 
Zimbabwe: A ceremony to mark the Day, with representatives of 12 religions and faith traditions offering peace prayers, was organized by UNIC in conjunction with UNESCO and the Committee on Dialogue Among Religions to Promote Peace.

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