Creating a culture of peace

Friday, September 15, 2017 - 18:30 to 20:30
Canadian Peace Initiative - Creating a culture of peace event

People are being killed and lives are being torn apart, as bombs are dropped. Social and economic structures are being destroyed, as bombs are dropped. Houses and infrastructure are being demolished, as bombs are dropped. People are being displaced internally or forced to flee as refugees, as bombs are dropped.  People are being driven to the brink of starvation, as bombs are dropped. The environment is being degraded, as bombs are dropped.

As wars are being waged in many parts of the world, these horrible consequences are the result, and occur each and every day.         

WE NEED TO STOP THIS.

Join one of Canada’s most dynamic citizen campaigns. Canada has a greater role to play in reducing the mass suffering and death caused by war, terrorism, and violence — whether domestically or around the world.  

Join us this evening to see how we can work together to build a Canada that is leading the world in a more peaceful direction.

Canadian Peace Initiative believes in peace by peaceful means. CPI is working on a campaign to create a Department of Peace in the federal government.

Everyone is welcome.  

Light refreshments will be served.

Special guest: Theresa Dunn

-National Co-Chair of Canadian Peace Initiative.

-Peacebuilder for more than 28 years

Join the facebook event “Creating a culture of Peace” hosted by Vancouver CPI

https://www.facebook.com/events/300023740467145/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%2222%22%2C%22feed_story_type%22%3A%2222%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D&pnref=story

 

Surrey City Central Library - Room 150
10350 University Drive
Surrey , BC
Canada
British Columbia CA
FURQUAN GEHLEN

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