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UN International Peace Day

13 Sep

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The official UN International Peace Day is September 21, but AISC will celebrate it on Friday, September 18. The UN created this day to strengthen the ideals of peace. This year’s theme for the day is “Partnerships for Peace – Dignity for All.” There will be a Graffiti Wall on the outside of the High School CIC facing the fountain courtyard. Students, parents, faculty – all community members – can share their thoughts, images, examples of what “Dignity for All” means to them. This wall will be up and ready starting on Tuesday, September 15. Envision a world of peace – what would it look like? How can we work toward achieving this?

United Nations International Day of Peace

19 Sep


Celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace at AISC. Post a comment and tell us something you enjoyed about how UN Day was celebrated at school and your feelings about peace. What does peace mean to you? Watch UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon’s video message.




International Mindedness @ AISC

15 Sep

This week at AISC, we celebrate Dot Day and UN International Peace Day. How do you define international mindedness? What have you learned about ‘international mindedness’ as a student at an international school like AISC? (click on the images below to see a larger image).  Share your opinion. 

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Website

International Mindness (1)

International Mindness Mug Design

Source: AISC website

Source: AISC website




UN Day – More Photos

23 Oct

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What was your favorite part of UN Day? 

AISC Celebrates UN Day

21 Oct


“This year again, we saw the United Nations come together on armed conflict, human rights, the environment and many other issues. We continue to show what collective action can do. We can do even more. In a world that is more connected, we must be more united. On United Nations Day, let us pledge to live up to our founding ideals and work together for peace, development and human rights. ” – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
To learn more about the United Nations (UN) and UN Day, see the new category I created on the right panel of the blog.  
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