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ONE EARTH CHOIR DAY 2017

 

 
  Anna Bacchia ÌNIN Projects - Research Education Culture Creation  
 

PRESS RELEASE - ONE EARTH CHOIR DAY 2017
 
On 21st February 2017 the 6th Edition of ONE EARTH CHOIR DAY will take place, a Cultural Project by Anna Bacchia, which this year involves 61 Countries and more than 3.6 million participants which share the theme ‘we have many native languages, but one only Human Language, we are one unique Humanity’.   
www.OneEarthChoir.net
WAITING FOR YOU ALL ON FEBRUARY 21st at 11:00 UTC 
the streaming transmission will be online from 10:40 UTC,
- on www.OneEarthChoir.net
- on Facebook @AnnaBacchia.1 
 
          
              
Each year on the 21st February - the One Earth Choir Day - people and institutions from all over the Earth, from their hometowns, at the same time sing listen or play the same Music, which becomes the symbol of the Human Language reuniting the cultural diversities in one only Humanity: one symphony, one only Choir created by Empathy and Social Trust as pillars of culture.

             
Once subscribed online on www.OneEarthChoir.net, on the 21st February the Event can be followed from any point on Earth, either just with the awareness and intention to be connected with all the other participants, or connecting to the streaming transmission which will be online on the Project’s website and featuring cultural institutions, persons and choirs from all continents. Such transmission will go live from from 10.40am UTC (i.e: Coordinated Universal Time, or Greenwich Mean Time) on www.OneEarthChoir.net, while the moment of the common Symphony will be at 11am UTC. The invitation to listen or to sing the Music ÌNIN (available on the Project’s website) and to follow the Event in streaming is addressed to all those ‘Citizens of the Earth’ feeling to share the theme of One Earth Choir: ‘we have many native languages, but one only Human Language, we are one unique Humanity’.
From its first edition in 2012 the Project has grown to reach more than 3.6 million participants, involving schools, cultural institutions, choirs, orchestras and entire cities of all continents.

                           
Anna Bacchia, Initiator of the ÌNIN One Earth Choir Project, Creative Member of the Club of Budapest
Anna Bacchia, Initiator of the ÌNIN One Earth Choir Project, Creative Member of the Club of Budapest
 
The Scientist Ervin Laszlo is Conductor of ÌNIN One Earth Choir
The Scientist Ervin Laszlo is Conductor of ÌNIN One Earth Choir
 

 
             
Symbolic Conductor of the Intercultural Project is the Scientist Ervin Laszlo, a world renowned  systems theorist, philosopher and author, two times candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize and founder of the Club of Budapest International Foundation for Science, Art and Culture.
 
Beyond the annual event on 21st February, the ÌNIN One Earth Choir Project is proposing Educational Cultural Programs on the theme of a new communication, co-creation and INtuitive INterplay ÌNIN, for which its initiator Anna Bacchia has received various acknowledgements: from the japanese ‘Goi Peace Foundation’, from the International Institute of Sound and Vibration, USA, from the ‘Club of Budapest’, prestigious european foundation for Culture, Science and Art, of which Anna Bacchia has been nominated Creative Member.                                                            www.AnnaBacchia.net
 
From 2017 onwards ÌNIN One Earth Choir is being announced also with the Project ‘COnSCIENCE THEATRE’, where the theme ‘we have many native languages, but we are one only Humanity’ is being narrated to the audience as being part of the most advanced scientific vision on the interrelation among living beings, on the nature of reality, on coherence, on the innate human quality of syntony.
 
The ÌNIN Projects are supported by a Scientific Artistic Committee, involving world renowned Nobel Prize Laureates, Scientists and Artist, amoung which: Vladimir Ashkenazy, Marco Bersanelli, Fritjof Capra, Davide Fiscaletti, Stephen Kovacevich, Leon Lederman, Mario Brunello, Rachelle Ferrell, Daniele Finzi Pasca, Hiroo Saionji, Masami Saionji.

 

Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Manifesto

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The Club of Budapest is pleased to announce

Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Signing of the Manifesto on the Spirit of Planetary Consciousness

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The Club of Budapest Impact Program: Toward 2020

At the Hungarian Academy of Science’s Conference Center in the Castle District of Budapest

on 3 and 4 December 2016

 

Twenty years ago, at the ceremonial Hall of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, a historic event took place with the participation of His Holiness the Dalai Lama: World renowned thought leaders from many parts of the world came together to sign The Manifesto on the Spirit of Planetary Consciousness. 

The spirit of planetary consciousness is as relevant today as it ever was, and its introduction into the practical affairs of humanity is more urgent than ever. For this reason today, twenty years after the signing of the Manifesto, we call on our eminent Members and collaborators to reflect on how we can bring the spirit of planetary consciousness to the attention of leading business people, leading politicians, leading writers and artists, as well as well-intentioned people the world over in a way that they realize the importance and the urgency of placing it in the forefront of their own thinking and activities. 

 

Our Consultation is to provide signposts for achieving this objective, and live up to the resolve of the Club of Budapest, proclaimed in our last general meeting in December of 2014, to transform ourselves from a think-tank to a do-tank.

See the attachment and download the official program!

 

Read more: Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Manifesto

The Pathways Project

INVITATION

The Heads and Directors and their colleagues of the International Network of The Club of Budapest are hereby cordially invited to attend Pathways to Peace 21-22 September 2016 in Gribskov, Denmark.

In September 2015, 193 heads of states adopted a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all.  Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. The question is: How can we work together to make it happen? 

   

The Club of Budapest Scandinavia will address this challenge in the ongoing Pathways Project. In collaboration with Transition World and The Hague Center for Global Governance, Innovation and Emergence we will organize a series of 17 dialogue meetings leading to personal, local and global actions.

The kick off will be focusing on SDG16: “Peace, Justice and Inclusive Institutions” on World Peace Day, 21 September 2016.

Local and international participants, including young change makers from different cultures will meet with prominent global change leaders for two intensive days to connect, share, learn and plan. Together we will explore how active conflict transformation skills combine with inner peace practices, and define which specific elements we will work on to co-create significant breakthroughs. We will use innovative social technologies like Meshworking, Wheel of Co-Creation, Theory U and Art of Hosting in the process.

Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, a celebrated figure in the history of humanity’s search for meaning, enjoyed to walk along the coast of North Zealand in Denmark. 

In 2013 Ervin Laszlo visited Kierkegaards favorite place at Gilbjerghoved near Gilleleje, a small fishing village at the Kattegat Sea, which gained world fame because of its heroic involvement in the rescue of the Danish Jews during World War II.

7 months later Ervin Laszlo came back to Gilleleje accompanied by the president of the Goi Peace Foundation Hiro Saionji and his wife Masami Saionji, and at a meeting in Tokyo the following year it was decided that The Goi Peace Foundation and the World Peace Prayer Society would grant a Peace Pole to the village. 

Gribskov Municipality in Denmark have now decided that the Peace Pole will be placed at Søren Kierkegaards favorite place Gilbjerghoved.

In connection with the Mayor’s dedication of the Peace Pole on the 21st of September, the World Peace Prayer society will organize a flag ceremony, symbolizing that 193 heads of states have agreed to implement peace and justice in the world, through their endorsement of the 17 goals.

We will now take this further and translate it into personal, local and global actions. We would be very happy for you to join us.

As a courtesy we can offer all the CoB directors free participation in this event, including all meals. For their colleagues there is a reduced price of 1200 DKK (a reduction of more than 50%), also including all meals.

Transport and accommodation are not included, but we are happy to offer any practical help and advice we can.

 

"The people of the world have asked us to shine a light on a future of promise and opportunity. Member States have responded with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development... It is an agenda for people, to end poverty in all its forms. An agenda for the planet, our common home. An agenda for shared prosperity, peace and partnership."

— UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon


We hope you will join us in support of this beautiful vision.

Warm regards,

Bente Milton
President, CoB Scandinavia

For more information see: http://pathwaysproject.online/

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