Conflict and war are both harsh and confusing realities for individuals who live in them, and they have dreadful, long-term consequences in both the countries where they occur and those who desire to help. It is critical to create world peace in order to alleviate the challenges that these people are facing and to prevent subsequent conflicts.
1. Peace One Day (2004)
Jeremy Gilley, a British filmmaker, tells the storey of his six-year journey to get the United Nations officially authorise a global cease-fire day: a day of non-violence and global peace. Dalai Lama, Kofi Annan, Judi Dench, and John Mills star in this documentary about world peace. Peace One Day is a winding story of a man’s energy and resolve to turn an impossible-yet-powerful idea into a concrete reality. The United Nations designated September 21 as International Day of Peace as a result of Jeremy’s efforts.
2. The Whistleblower (2010)
Kathryn Bolkovac, a Nebraska police woman, accepts a position as a UN peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia. However, she discovers a human trafficking organisation and is fired as a result of an unexpected turn of events. She is determined to expose the ring and save the innocent victims, even if it means risking her own life. This critically praised picture, which features great acting and a heart-racing plot, is based on true events of people trafficking that occurred in post-war Bosnia.
3. One Peace At A Time (2009)
Without a doubt, the world is a disaster, but can we solve it? One Peace at a Time depicts the narrative of activist John Pipkin, who embarks on a global journey to see how different countries address problems and strive to ensure that all children have basic rights. Watch this wonderful film about model Indian orphanages, Thailand’s Mechai Viravaidya family planning initiatives, Ethiopian water projects, and much more on this International Day of Peace. One Peace at a Time is a sequel to the film Nobelity, although unlike the sequel, it concentrates on specific remedies rather than global issues.
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