PeaceCast.tv is a worldwide cast of volunteers working together to show that peace is real and peace is possible...inside each of us...between us...among people...among nations...even in the midst of conflict. The movement toward peace is an everyday occurrence rarely seen for the persistent and personal force it is. We use media to make visible the reality and possibility of peace in our time; to show the many ways people are enriching their lives and seeding cultures of peace on the planet.
HISTORY & PAST EVENTS
Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to peace above all differences. The International Day of Peace is observed around the world each year on 21 September. Peace Day was first established in 1981, later given the set calendar date of Sept 21 by unanimous resolution of
the United Nations.
The FPI reorganized and branded itself as PeaceCast.tv. The annual Peace Day webcast was rebranded as "PeaceCast" and the crowd-sourcing campaign for content called “Speak Your Peace.” Collaborated internationally with Words of Peace Global.
The FPI collaborated internationally with PeaceBeats - London, UK. The webcast aired as the "PeaceBeats Worldwide Webcast" with special thanks to Charis Cooper, Michelle Bush, and Daya Apunte.
A group of friends and colleagues passionate about peace organized a voluntary association, the Florida Peace Initiative (FPI), for the purpose of creating “forums where people everywhere can celebrate peace and share their experience of peace with others". On Sept 21, 2012 the FPI produced their first global webcast, continuously streaming 48 hours of peace programming to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace. Collaborated internationally with Peace One Day.