9th Annual Peace Day Festival (Online) – 21st September 2014

Kriti Team is back with its Annual International Peace Day Festival on 21st September 2014 and we wish to celebrate it online this year, with the larger public.

We invite you to participate in this ONLINE festival with us by sharing your expressions and perspectives on PEACE. You are welcome to send in your entries in the form of:

  • Songs
  • Poems
  •  Photographs taken by you (as you symbolize peace)
  • Drawing, illustration or a painting by you
  • Verse or Quotable quote by you (ideally) or that inspires you
  • Or any other creative expression that can be posted online

We at the Kriti team firmly believe that peace can be established in the world through small and dedicated efforts at the individual to community level. So, on the International Peace Day this year, let’s re-affirm our conviction for peace, let’s connect with each other through this medium of the world wide web in an exception to our festivals over the last seven years.

We will collate all the entries and post them on the Peace Day (21st September) on our blog and on this page. The entries will also form a part of a larger collective on Peace Expressions/ Rights, to be showcased publically in the near future (with due credit and ownership to each author/ creator). Lets create our collective archive of peace and make our PEACE HANDPRINT on Sunday, 21st September 2014.

Entries open: from 12th September to 20th September


Please also feel free to post them as comments on this page if you wish to share your contributions directly. We wish to co-create this festival with you and would appreciate active ownership.

Friends, volunteers and supporters of Kriti team, please share this further with your friends and networks and invite everybody to create an online wave of peace this year J


2014 – Right to Peace

The International Day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day, is observed annually on 21 September. It is dedicated to world peace, and specifically the absence of war and violence.

The theme of the 2014 International Day of Peace is the “Right of Peoples to Peace”, which recognizes that the promotion of peace is vital for the full enjoyment of all human rights.