The Non-Violence Project Foundation inspires and engages young people into positive action. The foundation recently launched a website for its new campaign, Imagine One Billion Faces for Peace, which aims to collect one billion user-submitted photos.
The new website will be a focal point for the organization's activities, as it increases awareness of the non-violence symbol and reaches out to more schools and sports clubs with a fun and engaging global call for peace.
"Our technical partner HiQ and Episerver have done an extremely professional job in a very short amount of time. They started working on the website in November and we launched a beta version of the site on December 8, 2010, to coincide with the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's death. Episerver's expertise and suggestions helped us improve the site in many ways. It was a very inspiring collaboration, with an attitude of 'nothing is impossible, let's try it.' says Rolf Skjöldebrand, Co-founder & Chief Imagination Officer.
Since most of the people on Earth are sympathetic to the idea of a peaceful world, our gross market is seven billion people. Every time we get five million photos from people, we will publish them in a book that will be delivered to world leaders. If we are going to get all these people to sign up, we have to give them something back. Right now on the website they can receive free educational materials and music jingles, and in the future we hope to offer things like free text messaging and streaming. We will also include chat rooms and communities, and ways for teachers in different cities to interact." says Rolf Skjöldebrand.
Our technical partner HiQ and Episerver have done an extremely professional job in a very short amount of time. They started working on the website in November and we launched a beta version of the site on December 8, 2010Rolf Skjöldebrand, Co-founder & Chief Imagination Officer