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Mark Weir DRC Sep 13
Glad to finally unveil what we’ve been planning with for so long now! Welcome to Belfast
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Elizabeth Dandy 14 Mar 18
observing National School Walkout action
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Hayat Amiree Oct 2
Today is Non-violence Day I ardently support peace and non-violence because I believe we can put an end to violence by educating young people to resolve conflicts peacefully. Join me for non-violence and help reduce violence
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United Nations Photo Oct 2
Today is the International Day of , and the 150th birthday of Mahatma . The principle of nonviolence has a universal relevance and the aim is to secure a culture of , , understanding and nonviolence. A view of the ” sculpture .
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Siddharth Chatterjee 14 Mar 18
“Imagine all the people living life in peace You may say that I’m a dreamer But I am not the only one I hope someday you’ll join us And the world will live as one.” John Lennon depicting Non-Violence by Swedish 🇸🇪 artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd
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Jake Burns Sep 16
It's absolutely fantastic to see join the likes of New York, Cape Town and Berlin in having its own sculpture – a tribute to John Lennon, promoting peace & reconciliation around the globe.
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Colin Davidson Sep 13
So good to see Belfast joining the family!
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New Economist Mar 9
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Hayat Amiree Oct 1
Today is Non-violence Day! I am proud to work with people that are committed to bringing peace and non-violence education. It is important for us to unite and provide a safer environment through education.
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Çağdışı 7 Aug 18
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UNPA 2 Oct 18
Unveiling ceremony for the new UN 'Knotted Gun' stamps on International Day of Non-violence
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Niavac AV Sep 14
Great to work with and on the presentation of the Hope you liked our wall. Well done also to our
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MrsSteak Nov 27
Kid 2 participated in an a design contest in support of . Her design was selected and we are proud to support the foundation in their efforts
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Non-Violence Project 26 Oct 18
Zanara has attended our Schools for Peace program implemented by our local office in Uganda. Read her testimony!
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Sidonia Dec 10
I saw in Malmö, Sweden this summer. Pretty sure even a would be unsafe in Trump‘s hands... (Made by Carl Fredrick Reuterswärd after John Lennon‘s murder.)
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Hayat Amiree Sep 21
Peace also means respect, tolerance, empathy, and kindness in a society where differences are welcomed as a source of strength and opportunity.
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ElectionOfficers@UN Apr 28
"The Story of the Knotted Gun" The sculpture is one of the most powerful symbols of peace and non-violence one can see . Sharing a short documentary I made on it some time ago!
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Regina Muliterno Aug 4
WE ARE ONE=we all have the same needs, fears, joys, and aspirations. We are (or should be) UNITED in seeking their fulfillment, not just for ourselves, but for everyone. What affects you, affects me. We need more love, less hate and selfishness.
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Olivia Shawn 8 Nov 18
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Stena Line UKIE Sep 13
Welcome to the family Belfast! The sculpture was gifted to Belfast by our owners the Olsson Family at an unveiling ceremony held at Girdwood Community Hub in North Belfast, where it will be on permanent display. 
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