Zulu participant with visual
disability at AllinPeace games in Delphi.
© Photograph Ohad Romano
Sent to Cyberschoolbus for posting by students
around the world.
It takes many years or more of peace to make a nation, it
takes only a few seconds of war to destroy a nation.
Edoghogho, 20, Nigeria
Let us not be blinded by our nationalities , our races, our
religion , our languages and forget about the dream that we
all have. That dream ... is world peace. And maybe one day
that dream will become reality, if we believe..
Yan, 17, Singapore
Peace here peace there peace everywere. You have come and
gone. No fight no punch no kick. Just talk,talk, and talk.
Flowers and love for you. Peace here peace there peace everywere.
Gabriela, 10, Saudi Arabia
My ultimate dream for this world is that one day any person
from any country, culture, race or religion will be able to
walk free throughout any area in the entire world. As a race
of humans we need unity and peace in our lives and around
that simple base, we will evolve and become better people.
when we put down the guns and let the smoke that is caused
by hatred clear we will see eachother for what we really are:
brothers, sisters... one big multi-cultural family. as a whole,
we are an advanced culture that should be able to put aside
our differences so that our children can live in a world free
of violence, prejudice, poverty and hatred. That is my message.
Lexi, 17, Canada
Peace is not permanent. We must fight for it, like a soldier
fights for the victory.
Sabrina, 14, Germany
Everyone stop!! and look around the world is becoming such
a dangerous place to live, lets all take a step back, and
realise that the only way forward is to work together, to
make the world a better place. not blowing it to pieces by
going to war! lets all just talk things through and work out
differences through chat& interaction not, violence!!
where innocent people get hurt. Lets start improving the way
we live today!!!
Students in UNESCO's Associated
Schools Project Network wrote these messages of peace.
Peace isn’t a real word, but a behavior to teach our
children. Reconcile to avoid blood sheds. Peace: it is life’s
Martin, 14, Côte d’Ivoire
I want peace in my country. I want for adults to stop fighting
wars. I want soldiers to drop their weapons, and that we move
on to disarmament.
Jacqueline, 14, Côte d’Ivoire
Today, we speak a lot about the quality of education in countries
with a poor education system for poor children. I think that,
given that we are all about to be united for peace, not only
adults, but we too, young people, need to make every effort
in that sense.
Ayano, 15, Japan