The Inner Peace Project

In order to achieve peace in the world we first need to achieve peace within the individual.

The ‘Inner Peace Day’ project is a non-profit organisation, established to help students around the world improve their self-esteem, attention and emotional wellbeing.

The project involves the efforts of hundreds of volunteers, bringing hope and practical help to children growing up in the challenging surroundings of modern life.

Through games, music, the visual arts and meditation, Inner Peace Day volunteers enable and encourage young people to develop more positive and harmonious relationships with themselves and with those around them. By encouraging children to look inside, a new awareness emerges where they can feel more connected to themselves and each other.

Participating Schools

51

COUNTRIES

3,200,000

STUDENTS

970

SCHOOLS


  • I felt really at ease with all of you; it’s been a wonderful experience

    Elisa, Student 16 yrs Rome (Italy)
  • I felt peace in my heart. This experience is really fantastic. There are no words to discribe it. Right now I feel peace inside me, and just silence.

    Antonio, 14, Student - Naples (Italy)
  • I felt free, light and happy, like a kite in the sky. I hope you come back next year. Kisses

    Margherita, Student 12 yrs Genoa (Italy)
  • Relaxing. All my stress went away, even though I didn’t believe in it to start with.

    Francesco, 18, Student – Rome (Italy)
  • Inner Peace has helped me to be very calm and focused in lesson time.

    Akeem, Student - Woodcroft Primary School
  • I liked Inner peace because it felt so calm and it really brings out your inner-self

    Amall, Student - Woodcroft Primary School (UK)

The enlightened message of the greats

“If we are to reach real peace in the world, we shall have to begin with the children”

Mahatma Gandhi

“Be the peace you wish to see in the world!”

Martin Luther King


“When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.”

Malala Yousafzai

“Peace is not a dream: it can become reality; but you have to be able to dream if you want to keep it”

Nelson Mandela