Global Day of Listening
June 18-19*, 2011
(* 8:00 pm June 18 - 8:00 pm June 19 Eastern USA time)
Make time this weekend to be a part of the next global listening project. The last one was held in March. The schedule is open and dynamic. Designed for you to join for hours or stay for minutes.
It’s an opportunity engage with ordinary people from Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine, Israel, Egypt, Yemen, and other countries.
To hear their stories.
Don’t be intimidated. The vision is to bring people together in order to strengthen our strategies for nonviolent social change.
The home page has the schedule of activities and the call-in numbers to join this inspiring community.
Here is the schedule by themes, speakers, and times.
Here is how you can get connected.
You will hear testimonies from Iraqis working with the Muslim Peacemaker Teams, Afghans sharing their experiences of community building and nonviolent resistance, Palestinians testifying to strategies to end the occupation, and Egyptians working to build a brighter future. There will also be updates from peace activists from around the world seeking to end their government’s roles in the violence.
These stories, these testimonies, and these lives are why we work to end the wars.
Make time this weekend to be inspired.
Here are some links to the incredible groups that will be featured.
Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers (blog)
Afghans for Peace (Facebook)
Iraqi & American Reconciliation Project