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The word 'peace' has a different meaning for each individual in the world. Many religious practices like Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, etc. all state for world peace. Peace is a term also expressed in trainings such as yoga and Tai Chi. My definition of peace is an ideal of freedom and happiness among all nations and people.
There are many different organizations in the world that support and try to bring world peace and aid to many countries like the United Nations, Peace Corps, Doctors Without Borders, Peace Without Borders, Nobel Peace Prize etc.
Peace Without Borders was a free concert held on the border between Colombia and Venezuela. The people wanted the concert to be a call for peace because that region suffered the worst diplomatic crisis in years. The people who attended the concert dressed in white to show cross-national unity.
Peace Corps is an American based volunteer organization created when Senator John F. Kennedy wanted students to help their country by working in developing countries. It was established on March 1, 1961 and now over 200 000 Americans joined to serve in 139 different countries.
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