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ILDP 2019: ‘Peace is ALWAYS Possible’

The 2019 International Lasallian Days for Peace (ILDP) will begin on September 21 (the United Nations’ sanctioned International Day of Peace) and will run through October 21. The theme for this 13th annual event is “Peace is ALWAYS Possible,’’ which aligns with the upcoming theme of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, “Great Things are Possible.” ILDP is an initiative of the International Council of Young Lasallians (ICYL).

Read an explanation of the theme (English) >
Read an explanation of the theme (French) >
Read an explanation of the theme (Spanish) >

Get Involved!

Prayer vigil: The Regional Council of Young Lasallians (RCYL) is inviting Lasallians to take part in a prayer vigil to celebrate the conclusion of the International Lasallian Days for Peace on October 21. Lasallians are invited to register individually or with your students, clients, communities, colleagues, families, etc. for a 15-minute time slot to pray aloud or in silence. Register here >

Pray: Use ILDP as an opportunity to pray for peace! Download the ILDP prayer >

Print the poster: As part of this initiative, a poster designed by David Espinosa Soto from the District of Antilles-Mexico South is now available to help celebrate peace.

Download the poster (English) >
Download the poster (French) >
Download the poster (Spanish) >

Presentation: The District of Ireland, Great Britain and Malta created a resource that shares the history of ILDP and suggests activities to celebrate and foster peace. Download the Prezi here >

Share your efforts: Lasallians are invited to develop creative projects within their ministries and groups to celebrate ILDP. Send photos and a description of your projects to If your ministry shares pictures on social media, be sure to tag Young Lasallians and use the hashtags #ILDP2019 and #PeaceIsAlwaysPossible.

Learn more: In the Lasallian Region of North America, the RCYL works to support this initiative on behalf of the ICYL in order to encourage young people in the United States and Canada to unite in this worldwide effort. Learn more about Young Lasallians >