The International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace is observed in April to promote the principles of multilateralism and diplomacy as a means of resolving conflicts and promoting peace.
Now a global pandemic, Covid-19 has affected almost every country in the world, sickening populations of people and overwhelming healthcare systems. While we all must practice social distancing in order to slow the spread and “flatten the curve,” our club in India is still finding ways to create compassion, connection, and community.
With 35 youngsters from Kolkata, India, the Disciples for Peace Club, led by trainer Arzoo Shakir, celebrated the Compassion Games Global Unity Games. Her team and the participants could not get enough!
During Earth Week, mentor Arzoo Shakir and her team, the Disciples for Peace club, joined the global event to promote protection of the environment and conserve water.
Two clubs from India, the Disciples for Peace Club and The Play for Peace Club in Mumbai are two of our many clubs who participated in Compassion Games’ 12-day campaign, The Giving Games: Youth and Schools Play it Forward.