Event Criteria


To be registered and promoted as an official Peace Week Delaware event for 2018, you will need to meet the following criteria.

Your Event must: 


  • Support the mission, vision, and goal of the Movement for a Culture of Peace:

Mission: Build a Culture of Peace in Wilmington and the State of Delaware
Vision: Make Delaware known for its transformation to a culture of peace
Goal: Create sustainable actions to build a culture of peace

  • Have peace, nonviolence, or equal justice as an integral theme or outcome
  • Have a Delaware focus but may include and intersect with national and international peace and justice issues
  • Model and build collaboration between peace-oriented organizations and individuals
  • Engage with attendees in a way that motivates them to become involved in peace activities
  • Provide attendees with specific ideas about what they can do and whom they can contact
  • Be open and welcoming to anyone who wants to participate (K-12 school events scheduled during the school day for students and faculty are exempt from this Criteria)
  • Be politically non-partisan
  • Be accessible to persons with disabilities
  • Not allow weapons of any type
  • Be free of charge (Peace Week Delaware Steering Committee must grant permission for events that are not free)


As an Event Sponsor, you are asked to:

  • Have the will, energy, and resources for a successful event
  • Distribute a sign-in sheet that captures email addresses for everyone who attends you Event and share a copy of this list with Peace Week Delaware
  • Distribute and collect feedback from attendees at your Event, using the materials provided by the Steering Committee
  • Provide a report shortly after the event to the Peace Week Delaware Steering Committee (description of event, number of participants, challenges encountered, resources used, etc.)

 Remember that events entered after July 1 will not be entered into our printed program.

Questions?  Please email: info@peaceweekdelaware.org

[Criteria updated 02-10-18]


Nine Days, Three Counties, One Delaware — Sept. 21–29, 2019