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Brief Published: 10 Jun 2011

POD Talks


‘Getting Above the Noise’ is the latest in a series of POD (Peace One Day) talks, which is to due to take place in London on June 16th. Leading entrepreneurs, writers, adventurers, inventors and thought leaders will gather to discuss ‘how to get your message out to the world’. According to POD, this is easier now more than ever before. The problem, it would seem, is that it’s just as easy for everyone else.

The talk aims to inspire delegates and enable them to learn from experts’ ‘winning strategies.’ Areas of insight range from the use and integration of social media to creating a message that moves people to action.

POD (Peace One Day) is a not-for-profit organization established by UK filmmaker Jeremy Gilley after completing his 1999 documentary Peace One Day. Thanks to the lobbying efforts of Gilley, in 2001 the United Nations General Assembly unanimously voted on a resolution to formally establish an annual day of peace (21st September.) Look out for our interview with Jeremy Gilley on June 20.

Peace One Day