The Peace Club believes that every small action can make a significant impact. We invite you to join us and contribute to a more peaceful world, one step at a time. By working together, we can create positive change and be a force for good in our communities and beyond. So, why not take that first step with us today and become a part of something meaningful?
At The Peace Club, we aim to help individuals discover their own inner peace and share it with others in their community. We believe that inner peace can inspire people to spread love, kindness, and compassion, leading to a more peaceful society. Our events and activities focus on promoting peace, encouraging people to think deeply about the concept of peace, and taking action towards creating a more peaceful world.
The Peace Club was incorporated under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 (50104410)
Experience the power of diversity and join us in promoting global understanding with the "One World, Many Cultures - Promoting Peace through Diversity" project. Produced by The Peace Club and supported by the Ministry for Ethnic Communities, this initiative will run from 2020 to 2023 and offers a range of opportunities for cultural exchange and dialogue.
The Peace Club interviewed the High Commissioner of Singapore to promote cultural exchange and understanding. The initiative aims to foster global peace and to promote the importance of diversity and inclusivity.
The Embassy of Switzerland participated in The Peace Club's interview project to support diversity and promote global understanding. The initiative encourages cultural exchange and dialogue for peace.
The Peace Club's interview initiative received contributions from the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates, who emphasized the importance of cultural exchange and understanding in promoting peace and unity.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Türkiye joined The Peace Club's interview campaign to promote global understanding through dialogue and to support cultural exchange. The initiative aims to foster peace and inclusivity.
The Peace Club's interview project aimed at fostering peace and understanding received valuable insights on diversity from the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Spain. The initiative promotes cultural exchange and dialogue for global peace and unity.
The University of Otago’s Peace Club launched the “Peace No War” campaign to promote peace, denounce the Ukraine-Russia conflict, and encourage action through student-produced videos and interviews. The campaign’s success inspired future initiatives.
The Peace Club project at the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic features student-written songs with thought-provoking lyrics. "Chaos and Peace" is one such song, expressing the tension between the desire for chaos and the need for peace. The lyrics touch on a range of topics, from the fear of war to the beauty of the stars, from protests and political turmoil to the warmth of a loving relationship. Despite the chaos and uncertainty of the world, the song ends on a hopeful note, emphasizing the importance of love and hope in navigating life's challenges.
The songwriter expresses fear of war, crashes, and impending disaster, but finds solace with their loved one. Despite chaos and protests, they want to be with their partner and embrace the chaos that comes with their peace. The song celebrates the power of love and hope in times of uncertainty and fear.
This song speaks to the need for change, for breaking down barriers, and for finding peace in a world that's been torn apart. The peace lily serves as a symbol of hope, a reminder that there's still a chance for things to get better, and that we can make a difference if we try. Let's work together to move the stones, break the chains, and clear the bones, and create a space where peace can thrive.
Deputy Secretary & Treasurer
Club Representative in Wellington
Club Representative in Wellington
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