The India Peace Centre, founded in 1988, is a non-profit organization that works particularly in the context of Child and Youth Development, Sex or race, Water, Work opportunities, Governance, Art & Culture, and Agriculture, Human Rights, Health, Energy & Environment, Specially Abled, Minority. The company’s core focus areas are interfaith discussion and acknowledging global warming, non – proliferation, biodiversity concerns.
The International Day of Peace is commemorated by educating and raising public understanding about peace concerns. Every year, the India Peace Centre commemorates World Peace Day by holding its major event, the Peace Cycling Rally. This year, in light of pandemic guidelines and to have a broader impact, an All India Speech, Competition on the concept of Peace has been arranged.
Dr. Tejinder Singh Rawal, the project manager and Deputy Director of the India Peace Centre, explained the event, saying, “Submissions are welcomed from citizen Indians of all age ranges.” The preliminary round’s topic is “What Constitutes Peace in the Indian Context.” Contestants are required to submit a three-minute audio recording. The speech could be delivered in either Hindi or English. There is no admission fee. The entrance must be completed by September 14th, 2021. A jury panel will review the submissions and choose the best ten. The chosen respondents will be given a further topic associated with peace and will deliver their presentation at the Grand Finale on September 21, 2021, on the Zoom application.
He went on to say, “All chosen contestants will receive a Certificate of Participation, and the winner and three runners-up will receive a Certificate of Achievement.” This is an incredible opportunity for contestants to speak their minds on how to create a more peaceful world. It will also assist participants in honing their oratory abilities.”
Nagpur Toastmasters Club will manage the entire procedure, screening entries, providing technical assistance, and judging the occasion.