Peace Projects are community led and driven, but supported by In Unison resources, mentors, and educational programs.
Peace Projects embody the hopes and visions of residents for how their communities could be transformed to safer, more supportive environments.
Ideas for community Peace Projects come from people like you and community groups.
Ideas can be to create a community garden, put in a bike rack, create a storefront to beautify a block, build a solar wall to deliver energy, create a street mural, or build a meditation park.
You become the project leader, supported by teachers, students, educators, and resources to help you make the change you are dreaming of.
IU’s Strategic Partner:
Sign Petition For:
One Billion Signatures for Peace
To Create Ministries & Departments of Peace Worldwide
To the United Nations General Assembly and to all nations of the world, we respectfully submit:
Global Resolution Summary
- The Global Resolution supports the creation of Departments of Peace within all governments.
- The Global Resolution supports peace curriculums for peace education within schools and universities.
- The Global Resolution supports peace economies and businesses that contribute to peace.
- The Global Resolution supports the Culture of Peace that nurtures our unity and shared vision of peace.
City 311 and other government services are planned to be key partners to co-create these spaces.
Identifying the communities where Peace Projects can be built involves a complex set of variables related to sustainability, cultural appropriateness, and local human potential.
Virtualizing the change online through simulation leads to a robustly engineered and sustainable physical change in the community.
Students taking In Unison classes in local schools or online contribute to projects locally or virtually around the world.