The World Human Peace Foundation 

"Stronger Together"

Welcome to The World Human Peace Foundation, a beacon of hope and a global movement dedicated to promoting peace and opposing all forms of war and violence.

Paris, February 2023: The World Human Peace Foundation participated in a march for Ukraine against the war in Paris in February 2023. This event was part of global demonstrations marking the first anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The march in Paris aimed to show solidarity with Ukraine and highlight the urgent need for peace. Prominent landmarks like the Eiffel Tower were illuminated in Ukraine's colors as a symbol of support. Join us in advocating for global peace and unity.

Ukraine, July 2022: The World Human Peace Foundation in war zone

Dieppe, August 2022: The World Human Peace Foundation participated in a commemoration at the Canadian War Cemetery. This event marked the 80th anniversary of the Dieppe Raid during World War II, honoring the sacrifice of Canadian soldiers. The cemetery holds the graves of 944 Commonwealth soldiers, serving as a solemn reminder of the cost of war and the importance of promoting peace. Join us in remembering these sacrifices and advocating for global harmony.

Dieppe, France, August 2022: Dieppe, a coastal town in northern France, was the site of the tragic Dieppe Raid during World War II, where nearly 1,000 Canadian soldiers lost their lives on August 19, 1942. In August 2022, to commemorate the 80th anniversary, Dieppe honored these fallen soldiers by installing portraits along the sea promenade. This tribute serves as a poignant reminder of the bravery and sacrifice of the Canadian troops who fought and died there.

The World Human Peace Foundation, Peace Advertisements

Prominent figures like Michael Patrick Kelly, Udo Lindenberg, and Yoko Ono promote peace through their art and public advocacy. Michael Patrick Kelly uses his music to spread messages of unity, performing at benefit concerts. Udo Lindenberg raises awareness about social issues through his music and supports peace initiatives. Yoko Ono, a lifelong peace activist, co-founded the "Imagine Peace" campaign and creates public art installations to inspire global harmony.

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