Active Citizens Have Committed to Peace
Make your commitment to peace
Unite to take action for peace with active citizens from
around the world 6–8 September 2017.
The International Summit on Peace will provide a platform for active citizens and global experts to join in building a common vision to create an everlasting world peace. During this event, participants will identify the greatest barriers to peace and formulate sustainable solutions to these challenges, empowering young people worldwide to be the generation to develop peace within themselves, their community and the world around them.

About the Event
JCI (Junior Chamber International)
JCI is a nonprofit organization of young active citizens ages 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. With around 5000 JCI Local Organizations in nearly 120 nations, JCI forms a vibrant global community of nearly 200,000 active citizens. The collective actions of all JCI Local and National Organizations form a global grassroots movement, empowering members to run effective projects, exchange ideas and work together to develop new ways to improve their communities. Guided by the passion to transform their lives and the world, JCI members have the courage to address the greatest challenges of our time. www.jci.cc
Government of Sarawak
To showcase their region’s diverse but united population, the Government of Sarawak sought the opportunity to host the International Summit on Peace since the city of Kuching provides a landscape that inspires one to take action for peace and tranquility. The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture of Sarawak pledges to support this event to initiate change and development both locally and globally. sarawak.gov.my
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