Peace Boat is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our long-time friend and partner, Kolwane Mantu of the African Youth Ensemble.
Notice regarding Peace Boat visit to Hiroshima, August 6
Due to the typhoons no.8 (Francisco) and no.9 (Lekima) currently approaching Japan, Peace Boat's open ship planned to take place in Hiroshima on August 6 (Tuesday) has regretfully been cancelled.
Global University sets sail around East Asia
Peace Boat’s East Asia Voyage 2019 set sail on August 4. One of the special projects to take place during this voyage is Peace Boat’s Global University.
Peace Boat visits Kuril Dhagun: Brisbane through indigenous eyes
During Peace Boat's visit to Brisbane a group of participants joined a programme with local indigenous organisation, BlackCard.
Smiles and drums welcome Peace Boat and Fukushima children to Cairns
During Peace Boat’s visit to Cairns, we partnered with local organisation Smile With Kids to celebrate Peace Boat’s arrival in port, and also show support for newly arrived children from Fukushima.
ICAN Ambassador Scott Ludlam on the 101st Global Voyage
The Ocean Dream welcomed guest educator and International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Ambassador Scott Ludlam onboard from Lautoka, Fiji to Cairns, Australia.
Perspectives of the Pacific – Climate Action in ...
As Peace Boat’s 101st Global Voyage docked in Lautoka, Fiji on July 13, 2019, a group of participants joined a study and exchange programme on climate and environment related issues with local youth.
The Climate Reality Project onboard Peace Boat
Participants on the 101st Global Voyage have many opportunities to acquire knowledge on issues related to climate change and its impacts around the world. In collaboration with The Climate Reality Project, two guest educators who empower people to play a role against climate change joined the voyage as it sailed between Lautoka, Fiji and Brisbane, Australia.
Former Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassador Kya Lal ...
Participants on the 101st Global Voyage had the opportunity to learn more about issues related to climate change due to the presence of climate change activist, Kya Lal, who joined the voyage from Papeete, Tahiti, to Lautoka, Fiji.
Planting the seeds of an independent and nuclear-...
A long-term friend of Peace Boat, Gabriel Tetiarahi, founder of the NGO "Hiti Tau" (which means "stand up and make a change"), joined the 101st Global Voyage as a guest educator from Rapa Nui, Chile, to Papeete, Tahiti.
Peace Boat at the United Nations High-Level Politi...
The United Nations High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) is being held from July 9-18 at the UN Headquarters in New York City. Peace Boat is participating in the HLPF through its 2 week-long exhibitions, several events and through its work on SDG 16 on peaceful societies as a member of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC).
For a Nuclear Weapons Free World – Peace Boat ac...
Commemorating 74 years since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, People Boat will call at the ports of Hiroshima on August 6 and Nagasaki on August 9, the respective anniversaries of the bombing in each city. These ports will be visited as part of Peace Boat's East Asia Voyage, travelling around Japan while also making visits to the Republic of Korea and Russia.