“My Music MasterPeace” competition gives musicians from all over the world, the chance to win being the opening act of MasterPeace in…Continue
Do you love blogging? Is sharing your opinion your passion? Then this is something for you! We will make you world-famous! We are looking for people who love writing about peace, conflict &…Continue
Are You Innovative?Are You Always Updated?Does Your Friends Call You A Social Media Geek?With almost hitting 250K! MasterPeace is definitely one of the fastest growing peace movements…Continue
We will promote your initiative among our >200.000 fans for a whole week if you are selected as MasterPeace Initiative of the Week! How to become selected? Just post your initiative on the …Continue
This summer, Dutch artist VanVelzen visited DR Congo, in Africa, with his band, for a special peace concert with the 16-year old Congolese superstar Innocent Balume. They traveled to the east of DR Congo, where the region is known for heavy armed conflicts. The artists met the local heroes of MasterPeace, who use music as a 'weapon' for brotherhood. Together with the local population they organize a peace concert: to feed hope, to celebrate successes and to support the local heroes.…Continue
‘Hips Don`t Lie’ For Peace?
How To Make Music For Social Change @SXSW
What about hips don’t lie for peace? Or maybe ‘Who runs the world’ for girls education? Could we moon walk for Haiti Hurricane survivals?
Music have been always the store of humanity strongest feelings, it has been the vessel used to express emotions when words seemed to fail. The soft hum of the violin or even the sharp notes from the electric guitar are…Continue
During the last weeks, diplomats from all over the world came to the headquarters of the United Nations in New York to discuss the international arms treaty, as we blogged in a previous post.
Many countries, including the United States, control arms exports, but there has never been an international treaty regulating the estimated $60bn global arms trade. For more than a decade, activists and some governments have been pushing for international rules to try to keep illicit…