7 Symbols of Peace

“7 Symbols of Peace” global voting campaign launches on World Peace Day

Bernard Weber announcing the 7 Symbols of Peace campaign, with body painted performers featuring some of the peace symbols, in the same historic Amsterdam hotel room where John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their bed-in for peace in 1969. Bernard Weber commented: “Today everyone can actively participate even from their own beds, by using their mobile devices to choose their favourite symbols that best represent peace.” Photo: Getty Images

Zurich, Switzerland: A new global campaign to discover, choose and vote for the 7 Symbols of Peace launches on World Peace Day, 21 September 2017. The campaign is from the New7Wonders Foundation, the organisation that has successfully pioneered the first-ever worldwide elections to choose the New 7 Wonders, which have generated more than 600 million votes.

Bernard Weber, initiator of the 7 Symbols of Peace campaign says “By participating in this campaign, people will make a small yet active contribution by being involved for world peace. Imagine what impact we will all together have when millions of world citizens do this!” He added: “The 7 Symbols of Peace is important because I believe this: the more we do together, the less time we have to fight each other.”

As with the New 7 Wonders, by participating in the 7 Symbols of Peace campaign people will create Global Memory, 7 things that everyone can and will remember in the future.

Voting for the 7 Symbols of Peace is online at www.7symbolsofpeace.com

Visit Getty Images to download high-resolution photographs of Bernard Weber announcing the 7 Symbols of Peace campaign in Amsterdam.

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