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1 Hour of Highlights from the 2009 Broadcast
Building on the success of the first ever “UNITED NATIONS PEACE DAY GLOBAL BROADCAST” in 2009, viewed by more than 2 million people around the world, we are proud to announce the PEACE DAY 2010 event scheduled for September 21st, "Peace Day". We will highlight and honor the accomplishments of organizations and individuals from around the world working to achieve the Millennium Development Goals, promote peace, human rights and sustainable development.
The 2010 Peace Day Broadcast will feature live feeds from celebrations around the world starting Peace Day weekend (September 17th), and culminating on the official United Nations Peace Day, September 21st. Live events will be intermixed with pre-produced segments showcasing the important work of our Peace-building partners and event sponsors. If you would like to participate, please Join our community.
When the broadcast of this historic event begins it will utilize the web sites: www.peaceday.tv; www.internationaldayofpeace.org; www.cultureofpeace.org; www.unityfoundation.org; www.peaceportal.mobi; www.globalinktv.net; and www.empowertheun.org. The broadcast will include pre-produced segments and live event coverage of Peace Day activities from around the world starting on September 17th, and culminating on Sept. 21st
The broadcast is centered around the Millennium Development Goals which have triggered unprecedented efforts worldwide in the fight against poverty, hunger, disease and environmental destruction. New technologies designed for improving all sectors of our society will be featured, such as "Play Pumps," a low cost solution where children play on Merry-Go-Rounds while providing water for entire African Villages. Rocket Stoves for increasing health while also decreasing demands on indigenous forests, and new ICT (Internet Telecommunications Technology) for increasing access to education, sharing culture, and improving health from tele-medicine.
As with the 2009 Global Broadcast, this year's event will play continuously following the recording of the live event, thereby increasing value to our sponsors, and the educational outcomes we hope to achieve. Please consider supporting, participating, or sponsoring this event. There are several different levels at which you can participate in supporting or sponsoring the 2010 Peace Day Broadcast. Each level offers excellent worldwide exposure and promotional opportunities for your organization