Manchester: On 6 June, one of the most famous symbols of peace in the world, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) symbol, visited Manchester as part of its 60th-anniversary tour across the UK. Bernard Weber, the creator of the 7 Symbols of Peace campaign, as well as the worldwide campaigns to elect the New 7 Wonders that have generated more than 600 million votes, celebrated the CND anniversary by presenting a colourful flower version of the symbol in Manchester. This, by the way, was version that morphed into the iconic anti-nuclear logo with the famous “Make Love, Not War” slogan.
“The more we do together, the less time we have to fight each other.” — Bernard Weber
As with the New 7 Wonders, by participating in the 7 Symbols of Peace campaign you will also help create Global Memory, 7 things that everyone can and will remember in the future. Nominate your symbol of peace now!