Inspired by the Women’s Marches in Israel and Berlin, a documentary film about the approaches of new global peace movements, in particular of women, in the framework of a documentary film as well as a trailer and a teaser and other decoupled videos is planned. Triggered by growing imbalances in the context of globalization and resulting conflict situations in the Arab world, fundamentalist terror and violence, growing flight and poverty migration as well as antidemocratic developments in the USA and European countries, new approaches to international peace movements are emerging. The core is to spread and generate peace through mobilization, sensitization and concrete work and reflection with people, cohesion and community formation – through inclusion rather than exclusion, through connection rather than demarcation.
THE DOCUMENTATION SHOULD COVER SEVERAL AREAS:
One part are the Women’s Marches in Israel and it is planned to film them in October 2017 and March 2018. The Women’s Marches will be accompanied for several days, interviews with activists of Women Wage Peace, singer Yael Deckelbaum and Miriam Toukan and other women who are important for the peace movement will be held. They will present their initiative and their ideas and visions. They give impetus to what is necessary to secure democracy, communion and peace.
AS RED THREAD, THE IMPORTANCE OF FEMALE PROPERTIES IS PROVIDED AS NECESSARY FOR GLOABAL PEACE DEVELOPMENT IN OUR WORLD DOMINATED BY MALE PROPERTIES.
Another part of the documentation is planned in Washington and Standing Rock, as well as interviews with the indigenous grandmothers are planned. Also Berlin as a city of peace will be represented in various facets. Since the 25th of April 2017, through the activities of the Clans of Peace, Berlin has been declared a peace city. In the documentary, various projects, new approaches and concepts for peace and peace development in Berlin will be presented by the Initiative Puls of Peace. Berlin should serve as an example of what is possible in the development of peace in a city.
COOPERATION AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT
We are looking for people and institutions that support our work. This involves both the dissemination of the project through publications, editorial contributions and media contributions, as well as financial contributions and sponsorship.
It is a wonderful and haunting experience to celebrate with thousands of women and also men the pulse of peace on the streets. In
June 2017, the first Women’s March for Peace took place in Berlin. The Israeli singer Yael Deckelbaum and the Palestinian singer Miriam Toukan came from Israel to Berlin. The two sang together in the song “Prayer of the mothers”, the official song for the Women’s March in Israel, whose accompanying video went around the world and put many new peace impulses around the globe. Although the women of the pulse of peace have never met the two before, both sides speak the same language from the beginning. So the entire Women’s March from the Neptune Fountain, through the government district to the Brandenburg Gate, was pure magic. On the stage right in front of the Brandenburg Gate, which stands for union and peace, the pulse of peace held a
10,000-year-old peace and healing ceremony.
HERE THE VIDEO FROM BLAUE SONNE OF THE WOMEN’S MARCH IN BERLIN IN JUNE 2017:
HERE THE OFFICIAL VIDEO TO THE SONG “PRAYERS OF THE MOTHERS” FROM WOMEN’S MARCH IN ISRAEL:
The community promoting and healing first Women’s March in June 2017 in Berlin gives the impetus for further joint peace projects. Here, the pulse of peace is inviting people who want to be involved in the organization of the next great March or other projects. Various peace organizations and peaceful people of all kinds should be bunched to create and expand peace through community and connection.
More about “Pulse of Peace”
It is a project that has hitherto been exclusively on a voluntary basis. The pulse of peace in Berlin initiates and supports a series of events. Priming was the Women’s March in June 2017 in Berlin, the next Women’s March is planned for June 2018. The target group are people from all sorts of social backgrounds. Visionaries and pioneers, people of all ages, regardless of culture and religion, especially women, are invited to participate.
OBJECTIVES: The focus of the events is on the construction of the community through which peaceful coexistence is to be promoted. The common within the Community is to be strengthened through the elaboration and recognition of the wisdom of all cultures and mutual understanding is promoted. The construction of communion is intended to promote internal and external peace, especially in the present time, which is characterized by increasing polarization, demarcation, division and violence. The pulse of peace offers many possibilities, such as round tables, workshops, ceremonies and an international art-cultural program. At the round table peace talks begin, giving ideas for a fruitful coexistence. The wisdoms of different cultures are brought together and bundled together in common ceremonies. Old knowledge is given new, experimental forms, through which arise spaces of connectedness. Since connectedness frees limiting ways of thinking and creates a coexistence. The pulse of peace offers ways and approaches for building a community of people. The basic idea is to share one’s own resources, such as personal qualities, talents and material achievements. A core element forms a balanced and careful way of life. This principle of mindful life is to be applied to all spheres of life. The pulse of peace wants to carry this knowledge into politics, society and economy and bring all areas together.