International Committee of Artists for Peace

Founding Year: 2002

Staff: 28


 Herbie Hancock & Wayne Shorter (Co-Presidents)

Is an organization “founded by visionary artists to create a culture of peace and develop future peacemakers through the transformative power of the arts.” It sponsors “concerts, iChoose musicals, exhibits, dialogues and peace-building workshops to instill the ideals of humanism and nonviolence in today’s youth.” ICAP strives to ”expand its circles of friendship and collaborative efforts in support of the United Nations Declaration and Program of Action toward a Culture of Peace.”

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International Committee of Artists for Peace contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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