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May Peace Prevail On Earth International

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    • 26 Benton Road, Wassaic, NY 12592, USA

    • Lärchenstrasse 16b, 82256 Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany
      Auldgirth, Dumfries, DG2 0RY, Scotland, UK
      Heiwa Daiichi Bldg, 1-4-5 Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0093, Japan
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To spread the Universal Message of Peace, May Peace Prevail On Earth, far and wide to embrace the lands and people of this Earth.


The Universal Message for World Peace, May Peace Prevail On Earth, was authored in 1955 by the late Masahisa Goi of Japan. In a moment of great inspiration, Masahisa Goi awakened to the need to spread this Message in the hearts of the global community for the attainment of inner and outer peace. In 1990, the Society was accepted as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in affiliation with the Department of Public Information of the United Nations. In 2001, the Society's headquarters was moved to its present location at the World Peace Sanctuary in Wassaic, New York-USA. Over half a century has passed since the introduction of the Universal Message and Prayer, May Peace Prevail On Earth. The vision of the founder Masahisa Goi has been embraced by people the world over. Over 200,000 Peace Poles have been dedicated by friends and supporters in every country in the world. The World Peace Prayer and Flag Ceremonies have been presented on every continent and in every major city throughout the world. Most importantly, the peace Prayer, May Peace Prevail On Earth lives and resonates in the hearts of our global community.

IRD Activities

  • Peace Pals International

    This program nurtures inner peace and global awareness in youth around the world. It is a program which promotes the universal message of peace, May Peace Prevail On Earth as a simple, universal expression to unite the hearts of all people in our common desire for peace on Earth

  • Peace Pals Art Contest

    Peace Pals International Arts Exhibition and Awards has been an annual highlight activity of the Peace Pals program since 1997. It is known as one of the most prominent global arts contest for young people. With youth ages 5 through 16, participating from over 100 countries around the globe.Peace Pals fosters understanding and respect for the diversity and oneness of the human family and the natural world through its various and creative activities.

  • Main Focus Countries of Activities

    World - World