If you’re experiencing domestic violence, use this information to make a plan that works for you.
21 September is Peace Day
For the last 10 years, Peace Day has provided an opportunity for individuals worldwide to carry out life-saving activities and actions.
This year Peace Day is running the Global Truce 2012 campaign and working towards a day of ceasefire and non-violence.
With just under three months to go, the campaign has so far received the backing of notables such as United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. And support from a whole range of organisations – from government to non-government, civil and interfaith – has seen the Global Truce 2012 Coalitions gather force.
Currently, the Student Coalition stands at 77 student bodies in 24 different countries, the ‘Reducing Domestic Violence’ Coalition at 80 organisations in 48 countries and the non-government organisations (NGO) Coalition at 114 NGOs in 61 different countries.
To find out how you can join in what is planned to be the largest global reduction of violence ever recorded on one day, visit www.peaceoneday.org