SUPPORT PEACE PROMOTING ORGANIZATIONS
Songs for World Peace supports Musicians Without Borders
Established in May 1999, Musicians Without Borders engages with artists, social activists and communities worldwide impacts thousands of young people every day through music. Working in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities, Musicians Without Borders works closely with local musicians and organizations to build sustainable projects in response to local needs. They are currently active in Kosovo, North Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Palestine, Jordan, Northern Ireland, Germany, Rwanda, DRC/ Congo, El Salvador, and the Netherlands.
"War Divides, Music Connects."
Songs for World Peace supports Together Productions
Together Productions believes that the arts can make a difference: bridging social divides, building community, expanding horizons and opening up new perspectives and relationships. We value artists as cultural leaders, and seek to work with others who aim for the highest artistic outcomes whilst embracing creative collaboration, participation and new voices. We are interested in projects that challenge hierarchy and convention, shed light on the unexplored or overlooked, and create spaces for new conversations and otherwise marginalised voices.
"We believe that the arts and music can inspire positive social change."
Songs for World Peace supports art27
art27 is a platform for artists, arts educators and arts organizations working with refugees and asylum seekers in Europe and beyond.
The arts has a vital role to play in creating more inclusive, culturally diverse societies.
Everyone has a right to experience the arts, develop their creativity, express their unique identity and engage in our shared humanity.
We stand in solidarity with refugees and call on all artists and arts organizations to join us in promoting social inclusion and protecting vulnerable people through the arts.
Read and endorse the art27 manifesto.
"Refugee is an experience, not an identity."
About International Day of Peace
The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly. Two decades later, in 2001, the General Assembly unanimously voted to designate the Day as a period of non-violence and cease-fire.
The United Nations invites all nations and people to honor a cessation of hostilities during the Day, and to otherwise commemorate the Day through education and public awareness on issues related to peace.