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11 June | Sheffield | Peace in the Park

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Peace in the Park
11 June | 12PM-8PM
Ponderosa Park
Sheffield

Reclaiming Peace in our World: The Peace in the Park Manifesto

Peace in the Park believes that our world needs peace now more than ever.

Gender inequality, financial inequality, wars throughout the Middle East, private corporations influencing city councils for their profit, a government determined to demolish the welfare state that so many of its citizens rely on for their survival, millions of displaced people fleeing wars spread across the world. All of these are examples of violence that exist in 2016

Peace in the Park intends to make a stand for peace in 2016, to encourage a better, more equal world and to demonstrate the power of communities.

We will promote peace and understanding by bringing together communities through artistic, musical and vocal expression. We want to  create a movement of people, agencies, networks, all of  whom have the same heart as Peace in the Park: to work together in the year, to connect with local communities to highlight the importance of peace.

After all, “In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” [Gandhi]

The culmination of the year will be highlighted by the celebration of the FREE Peace in the park annual Art and Music festival. A great opportunity to bring people together to demonstrate their desire for peace in the world. There will be music from the Sheffield community and beyond, chances to discuss the coming

Peace in the Park festival is organised by a group of volunteers who are artists, musicians, students, events organisers and other everyday Sheffield folk, working together in a not for profit collective. The festival is funded by money raised in advance, to help make the festival happen.

The Peace in the Park festival promotes peace and understanding by bringing together communities through artistic, musical and vocal expression. Peace in the Park is organised by a group of volunteers who are artists, musicians, students, events organisers and other everyday Sheffield folk, working together in a not for profit collective.

The festival is funded by money raised in advance, so look out for these fundraisers to help make the festival happen, and have a good old knees up too!

 

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