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Join the International Day of Peace on Tuesday, 21 September 2010!

Erstellt am 14.09.2010 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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The NGO COMMITTEE ON PEACE, VIENNA has submittet the following INVITATION

The United Nations Information Service (UNIS) Vienna in cooperation with the Confucius Institute – University of Vienna/World Peace Choir
and the NGO Committee on Peace, Vienna invite you to the observance of the

International Day of Peace


on
Tuesday, 21 September 2010, 13:00 hours
at the
Vienna International Centre (VIC),
Memorial Plaza or Multimedia Room (G0545)
(depending on weather conditions)

Programme:

Welcome Remarks
aMaher Nasser
Director, United Nations Information Service (UNIS) Vienna

Speakers
Professor Richard Trappl – Director, Confucius Institute at the University of Vienna

Klaus Renoldner – Chairperson, NGO Committee on Peace, Vienna

Musical Performance by a delegation of the World Peace Choir

At the end of the ceremony children of the World Peace Choir will ring the peace bell
and release peace doves in the Memorial Plaza.

Guests are welcome!

A ground pass is required to enter Vienna International Centre (VIC).
If you do not have a permanent pass, please mail your name to reno@wvnet.at
not later than 16 September!
A list of participants will then be at the main gate of the VIC and upon
showing a personal document you will be issued a ground pass.

Recipients of this invitation who would like to attend the ceremony are requested
to present this invitation and their identity document at Gate 1 of the VIC.

The VIC, 1220 Wien, Wagramerstrasse 5, is best reached by U1 (Kaisermühlen).

 

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One Response

  1. Elisabeth Ziegler-Duregger

    Bells for Peace and Friendship…
    An interreligious initiative from Lienz / Tyrol

    Bells of Christian churches are ringing several times a dayas a memento of prayer.
    We also cordially invite people, who are denominationally unaffiliated or belong to other religions to imagine, how at the same time, the sound spreads peace and friendship
    in families, communities, nations and between religions and generations.
    The bells of the catholic church of St. Andrews in Lienz can be heard on the website.
    We would be happy, if you could tell the participants of the peace ceremony about the idea and invite the people to use the bells of the different churches in Vienna to remember them daily on peace and friendship.

    With warm regards

    Elisabeth Ziegler-Duregger

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