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A Prezi About Peace

Peace Assembly

on 1 June 2016

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Transcript of Peace

Nelson Mandela
“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” – Nelson Mandela
What Is Peace?
Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a minister and social activist, who led the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the mid-1950s until his death in 1968. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Peace is when people are able to resolve their conflicts without violence and can work together to improve the quality of their lives. Peace is when:
A wise person once said: "Peace can only last where human rights are respected, where the people are fed, and where individuals and nations are free."
Henry Dunant was awarded the first-ever Nobel Peace Prize for his role in finding the International Red Cross.
The Noble Peace Prize
The highest honor awarded to a peace maker is the Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel Peace Prize is an international prize which is awarded annually by the Nobel Committee according to Alfred Nobel's will.
Everyone lives in safety, without fear or any threat of violence.
Everyone is equal, the government is trusted and fair and effective laws protect people’s rights.
Everyone has the right to speak what's on their mind
Everyone has an equal opportunity to work and make a living. Everyone is treated the same.
Everyone has fair and equal access to the basic needs for living – such as food, clean water, shelter, education, healthcare and a safe living environment.
Nelson Mandela showed the world a remarkable vision of leadership. In his efforts to bring down what was happening in South Africa. Nelson Mandela was a pillar of grace and generosity. He accomplished what he always dreamed of, that everyone would have their rights presented in front of them.
Oceans filled with tears
I walk down the battlefield
Let's give peace a chance

Winter sparks a day
I see beauty in all ways
For souls passed away
The cold freezing snow
Cold snow like a river flow
Rustling in the trees
Snowflakes slowly fall
The soft wind blows as they gleam
A gentle moonlight
Outside it's freezing
Snowflakes are falling lightly
In the silent night
Snowflakes fall from sky
They fall so peaceful and light
So silent, but bright
Drifting snow outside
Joyful kids singing carols
Burning Marshmallows
Silent trees around
Moonlight is clear, above us
A calm, silent night
A calm winter breeze
A season of happiness
Spent with family
-Brandon. N
Peace is wonderful
It is filled with warmth and love
Makes the world better
Silent peace is beauty
Winter snow is smooth as silk
The stars show us light
Snowflakes in the sky, snow Brushing through the dark night,
Like beautiful stars.
In winter we love
The beauty inside of us
And make peace come true
Quiet peaceful night
Snow floating down silky smooth
Beautiful midnight
Outside by the fire
Drinking coffee with friends
Christmas is finally here
Stars that shine brightly
I believe, that we need peace
Peace is hope, believe
Too cold I can't sleep
The sun raised, evreything changed
And start a good day
Winter beauty love
Stars that shine bright I believe
Peace is possible.
A beautiful night
Snowflakes fly high in the sky
Stars shine peacefully
The joyful winter
Beautiful snow and quiet peace
This might not last long
-Brandon P.
Malala Yousafzai
She spread her thoughts on her blog which led to putting her life in danger. Malala was threatened to die if she didn’t stop what she was doing. When she was 15 she was shot by a Taliban. She was taken to the USA to get the bullet out and was to get extreme surgery. She survived the shot.
Malala Yousafzai is an activist fighting for educational equality for girls. In Pakistan, girls are not allowed to attend school. She stood up to the Taliban - a vicious terrorist group - that did not want girls to receive an education. Malala wants girls to have the right to go to school just the way boys do.
On October 10th she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. She is the youngest person ever to win this award.
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