“What I like most about the World Peace Festival is that it's creating a community that inspires and empowers millions of people around the world to take an active stand for peace.”The Dalai Lama

“Who wouldn't support the World Peace Festival?”Richard Branson


  • Lech Walesa – 1983 Nobel Peace Prize Winner; Former President of Poland
  • Jez Frampton – Global CEO of Interbrand
  • Midge Ure – Live 8, Live Aid and Band Aid Co-organiser
  • Jean Oelwang – CEO and Managing Director of Virgin Unite
  • James R. Doty M.D. – Stanford Professor and Director of The Centre for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education
  • Peter Buffet Philanthropist and Emmy Award-winning musician


 This great event is a milestone for our times – a turning point in the efforts of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide to transform violent conflict. It merits your whole-hearted support.

Desmond Tutu

1984 Nobel Peace Prize winner

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“Wars start in the minds of people before they are ever fought on the battlefield, so this is where change needs to begin.”Tom Oliver, CEO and Founder World Peace Festival

“We need more initiatives like yours!”Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann, Former President United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Human Rights Council


Individuals first.


The World Peace Festival will inspire and empower people to be more at peace with themselves, others, and the environment.


Through “Tools for Peace” and “Circles for Peace” we will provide the methods and the means for individuals around the world to effect real change and, thereby, create a sustainable, ongoing, worldwide peace initiative.


Day 1

Arts, sports and cultural events. Cultural exhibitions highlighting the topic of peace.

Day 2

A day of music with renowned artists from around the world.

Day 3

Conference, seminars and workshops.

Tools for peace

The “Tools for Peace” express the wisdom of world famous peace-builders in a series of simple, practical and at times challenging exercises and steps which empower individuals to be more at peace with themselves, others and the environment.

Circles for peace

The actions, knowledge and tools generated compiled and acquired in Berlin will be dispersed to, and implemented by, the worldwide “Circles for Peace” network. An ongoing, worldwide peace initiative that builds networks of sustainable communities.