From September 19 to November 2nd thousands of students across the world will run dance and walk to “Save World Peace” and support Active non-violence!
What is Run This Way ?
A school program promoting Active non-violence solution through sports & Art project activities
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A school program encouraging dialogue among student and youth from diverse background, religions and cultures
Save World Peace
For it 4th edition Run This Way school program theme is Save World Peace. The theme was selected from the Art Web projects carried out by students from Quebec (Canada), Iraq and Ireland in May 2014. Students completed video, drawings projects and sang songs presenting theirs visions of the future in 2046! Projects evoked the urgent moment to save peace and dialogue in today's economic and technological changing world.
Yearly Run This Way donate kilometers ran and walk by student.
2012 & 2011 —Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack
International Program Run This Way school program invite teachers, educators, students and parents to organizes march or race. This year students from schools, colleges and Universities from Canada, France, Argentina, Nepal, Israel, Palestine, Equator, Ireland, Uganda and Philippines and from others countries will join Run This Way program activities. School, college and Universities from all country can register. Everyone are welcome to participate!
A new sensibility
A sensibility that grasps the world as a whole. A sensibility that grasps problems people in one place involve other people, even if they are far away. In this situation of global change, both traditional leaders and old political and social activists no longer serve as points of reference for people. (Silo, Letters to my Friends, 1994)
Were is peace in me & in others?
Run This Way International collaboration
World Without Wars & Without Violence
Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack
Sport is a powerful tool to strengthen social ties and networks, and to promote ideals of peace, fraternity, solidarity, non-violence, tolerance and justice. In its efforts to use sport as a catalyst for peace and social development (UNESCO)