A Peace Pole is an international symbol of Peace. Peace Poles display the message “May Peace Prevail on Earth” usually include the saying in the language of the country where it has been placed, and usually three to seven additional translations. May Peace Prevail On Earth is an inclusive universal message and referred to as an affirmation of peace. Peace Poles are intended to inspire unity among people of all cultures, ethnicities, and backgrounds.
Check out the global Peace Pole Map.
Why plant a Peace Pole?
Peace Poles are used by groups all over the world as reminders of peace. At RAGFP, we recognize Peace Poles as monuments to peace action. Plant a Peace Pole peace project to demonstrate your commitment to peace, celebrate your peacebuilding achievements, and inspire others to do the same.
Why map a Peace Pole?
Planting a Peace Pole creates an inspirational physical monument of our international peace mission. Peace Poles demonstrate the power of collective peace action, community engagement, and our global peacebuilding network. Map your Peace Pole to mark your community’s peacebuilding achievements as well as to inspire others to take part in the global movement for peace. Continue the momentum for peace by adding your Peace Pole to the map today.
How do I get a Peace Pole?
Peace Poles can be purchased from an online or local manufacturer, or you can make one yourself. For sustainability, RAGFP recommends wooden Peace Poles. Every community is unique. What matters most is that your Peace Pole represents and inspires your community.
How do I get my Peace Pole on the RAGFP Peace Map?
RAGFP maps Peace Poles for all Peacebuilders of Rotary and beyond. Peace Poles are a monument to Rotarian peace action. To get your
on the RAGFP Peace Map, complete this form, which includes a minimum $10 donation to cover mapping services.