In partnership with other Mongolian NGO’s, ADMWE organised a basketball match in London for the second time on Peace Day 2013.
Furthermore, a Peace Day dinner was held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia involving leading women in media, government and business including the Mongolian Health Minister, Ms. Udval. Issues relating to domestic and gender based violence were addressed. It has been agreed that Peace Day will be marked in Ulaanbaatar every year to address domestic and gender based violence related issues and promote peace under the theme ‘Peace Starts Here’.
Millions of individuals and a wide range of organizations across the globe have marked the Peace Day by taking various actions to promote Peace in their communities.
ADMWE joined the Peace One Day –Reducing Domestic Violence Coalition in 2012 to address issues relating to domestic violence and promote peace amongst our community and beyond. We are very proud to be a member of this coalition and to represent the leading organizations working to reduce domestic and gender based violence around the world. It has been reported that the Reducing Domestic Violence coalition has reached 277 organizations in 100 countries this year.
We are also very proud and grateful to other Mongolian NGOs ; British Mongolian Students Association, MCC , United Mongolian Association in UK and Social Democracy Youth Union for their support and contribution in organizing this year’s match to pass our message ‘No To Domestic Violence’. Without a doubt, our message is louder and stronger together. LET’S UNITE FOR PEACE!
A big thank you to everyone who was involved.