Symbols on small driven-in posts at parks for that day only. It's the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament's for all to use. www.cnduk.org They'd be 600mm in diameter and painted white. At the City Council Office Building foyer, the Absolutely Positively Wellington logo would be displayed on a stand with 100mm high letters and an International Peace Symbol, that height, either side of the word "Positively", for this day only.
Murray Richard Tingey
||19 October 2012
||3 May 2013
The Day allows, (a) promotion of peaceful coexistence and settlement of disputes and the halt of all hostilities, for at least this day, (b) organisation of displays, meetings, seminars, events and festivals, (c) special respect for the United Nations Charter, (d) human rights promotion (e) support of peace and to be against aggressive war (f) central and local government media comment to clearly support peace and tranquillity and the International Peace Symbol at all times.