Contacts

Contact: Peter Stockdale, drpeterstockdale@gmail.com, 613-852-4527; Qais Ghanem, qaisghanem2@gmail.com, 613-265-4654; or Canadian Department of Peace Initiative (CPI), or event contacts shown below. — See Festival Archive and History — E-mail corrections to OttawaPeaceFestival@gmail.com.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Ottawa Peace Festival 2012 — Review and Photos

Ottawa Peace Festival 2012 — Review and Photos, by Koozma J. Tarasoff

Review Contents  < Click to go to Review
  1. Introduction
  2. ‘Us’ vs. ‘them’ mindset is a liability
  3. Make peace not war
  4. Peace starts with love
  5. Prepare for future generations
  6. Hope, love and optimism for a better world
  7. Peace through service
  8. Learn, reflect, empower formula
  9. Climate upheaval threat requires urgent action
  10. A fast and a vigil for climate justice
  11. Abolish nuclear weapons now
  12. Singing and music vibrations can make a difference
  13. Stop the Rape - War Connection
  14. Creative ways to attract attention
  15. Letter from Co-Convenors of Peace Festival
  16. Chronology of Ottawa Peace Festivals

Photo Contents  < Click to go to Photos

16 photo albums — 343 images total
  1. Sept. 1 - 30 — Wm. Commanda's Exhibit — 10 photos
  2. Sept. 21 — Proclamations for Peace — 22 photos
  3. Sept. 21 — Rotary Peace Conference — 9 photos
  4. Sept. 21 - Oct. 2 — Climate Fast — 13 photos
  5. Sept. 22 — Path-of-Peace Walk — 13 photos
  6. Sept. 22 — Paddle for Peace — 19 photos
  7. Sept. 22 —  Peace Proclamations — 25 photos
  8. Sept. 22 — Spiritpainting workshop — 9 photos
  9. Sept. 23 — Seeds of Hope — 51 photos
  10. Sept. 24 — Concert for Peace — 21 photos
  11. Sept. 25 — Peace in the Congo — 10 photos
  12. Sept. 26 — Youth Activism — 10 photos
  13. Sept .27 — Countdown to Zero — 6 photos
  14. Sept. 29 — Friends for Peace Day — 58 photos
  15. Sept. 29 — Peace Day Awards — 31 photos
  16. Oct .1 — Climatel Refugees — 6 photos
  17. Oct. 1 — Peace Singalong — 15 photos
  18. Oct. 2 — Women Violence Panel — 15 photos

1 comment:

  1. Ingrid Style, Mont St. Hilaire, QuebecNovember 7, 2012 at 2:10 PM

    I must tell you that the idea of the Peace Festival) of people singing in groups, is really a good one. All of us who try to work for positive change often badly need to lift our spirits. Singing together can do that. It also has proven to oxygenate the blood and calm the psyche.
    (Even for people like me who are tone deaf) :)
    Lets sing and dance more!
    All the best.

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