THE PEACE CEREMONY
Peace Campaign for Myanamar
Thank you to our generous supporters: Columbia University: Saltzman Institute, International House, Manhattan School of Music and Davis United World College Scholars Program.
A platform encouraging a culture of unity, tolerance, respect and peaceful co-existence throughout the world.
Our Current Campaigns
Global Awareness NFTs Campaign
Global Awareness campaign for Myanmar Humanitarian Crisis: To promote awareness about the growing humanitarian crisis in Myanmar.
To create a fund for resettlement costs using blockchain technology
To mobilize artists, musicians, collectors, and the NFT community to participate by creating/donating NFT art and/or via special events/performances.
Donation for United Nations Refugee Agency in Myanmar
Save Humanity at Here.
The February 2021 military coup in Myanmar has led to a growing humanitarian and displacement catastrophe. The military junta’s atrocities and fighting have displaced more than 200,000 people. Ongoing abuses alongside the COVID-19 pandemic have more than tripled the number of people in Myanmar in need of humanitarian assistance. Yet the junta continues to hamper the delivery of aid. The prospects of safe return have also greatly diminished for the nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh who fled the genocide perpetrated by the same military juntaedia section to showcase your project.
Peace Ceremony Concert: A Benefit Concert for UNHCR in Myanmar
7pm, June 17th, 2022
The Peace Ceremony Concert is a benefit concert for the United Nations Refugee Agency in Myanmar. The mission of the concert is to raise awareness about Myanmar refugee issues and call for sustained funding.
Ah Moon: One of Myanmar’s Most Recognized Artists, Forbes Annual ‘30 Under 30 Asia.’
Peter Winograd: Manhattan School of Music Faculty, Principal Violinist of American String Quartet
Paolo Marchettini: Manhattan School of Music Faculty, Prizewinner of Queen Elisabeth Competition
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Special Thank You To Our Generous Supporters
Davis United World College Scholars Programs
Columbia University Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies