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A New Approach to World Peace... so simple, it just might work! A New Approach to World Peace... so simple, it just might work!
Learn About Friends Without Borders
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FWB inspires Aman ki Asha! - a web portal for online connections ... coming soon!
Watch the incredibly inspiring FWB videos online!
The World's Largest Love Letter
India Today magazine The press goes wild across India and Pakistan!
Prime Minister Singh thanks kids and FWB
Dil se DilA massive concert on the India-Pakistan border?
Kapadia kids line up around border strip from the World's Largest Love Letter

Dear media friends,

Thank you for your interest in covering this campaign. The media is an influential outlet. Too often its used to broadcast the problems our world is facing rather than the positive solutions.

This campaign is an extraordinary one - a brand new approach to world peace - and everyone should know about it. As a journalist, you can do a great service by sharing this positive news with your audience.

With your help, more people will learn about what we are doing, which will in turn generate more friendship letters. Your story canl help make a positive difference in this world.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions. If you would like to receive our press releases, please let us know and also let us know which media you represent.


In your article, please remember to:

  1. Encourage all schools to participate
  2. Include our web URL -

By including these two items in your article, it will enable this valuable experiment to grow.

The Friends Without Borders campaign makes for a fascinating story not only because it is so simple and sweet, but also because it has been so bold, has grown so large, and is bringing real change.

At one of our "World's Largest Love Letter" events at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, we overheard a press correspondent talking to another. He said, "I have been covering Indo-Pak relations for 20 years. It is an 'evergreen' topic for us; people always want to read about it. This is the most interesting initiative in Indo-Pak peace in my memory."

  hearts It may be long before the law of love will be recognised in international affairs. The machineries of government stand between and hide the hearts of one people from those of another. -- M.K. Gandhi