On 2014 peace week educational project was held at Sofia Bulgaria gathering students from BULGARIA, KOREA, Indonesia and JAPAN, cooperating with United Nation Association of Bulgaria, Embassy of Indonesia, Embassy of Egypt, Embassy of Palestine, Embassy of Korea, Ministry of Environment & Water, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Youth & Sports, Municipality of Sofia, and Red Cross Training Center Bulgaria.
This year feather activities were
1.Country Humanity – *Culture & Tradition” Exchange
Each topics related with humanity such as appreciation, kindness, forgiveness, apology, compassion, students held presentation in order to deepen the multi-culture & diversity.
2.Discussion & Debate
-through “Culture & Tradition Exchange & Lecture from YUJI MIYATA, we divided team and have some deep discussion which theme was
*What is different point & common point of humanity
– each person has same humanity,but due to difference of background of human being, the way of approaching, and way of expression would be different. Through the discussion & debate, we deepen the multi-culture & diversity in order to make better human relations.
3.Teach Humanity younger generation – at primary school
Through presentation, & Discussion & Debate, participants deepen the humanity. As second steps we visited primary school and educate younger students what is humanity.
All participants became a teacher and taught kids the sense of humanity through variety of activities.
4. Peace Festival
*On 21st of September, at the final day of peace week, we held huge peace festival.
At the location site of the festival we held 15 different booths of exhibition which held culture booth (Food, Clothes, Environment, Art, so on) of different countries from Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Egypt, Palestine, Spain, India, and Morocco, and at main stage, we held cultural performance “Traditional Dance”, “Traditional Song & Music” in order to tell children how we have different background and we have differences but we all have same mind for peace.
Here is some image of the program in 2014.