World Party Day also known as P-Day is celebrated annually on April 3rd through personal and public observances of party-like atmosphere, as a synchronized global mass celebration of a better world and the active creation of desirable reality.
World Party Day is established as a grassroots effort in 1996. It is considered one of the first global efforts in a growing number of movements of synchronized human celebration aimed at improvement of social conditions. The basic idea behind this event is that the opposite of war is not passive action or peace, but party.
The idea of a worldwide party first appeared in a fiction Flight, a Quantum Fiction Novel, by American writer Vanna Bonta. It is the first book of the trilogy, published in 1995. The book ends with a fictional synchronized moment of global human allegiance and celebration that was to take place on an April 3. This has inspired many readers to organise it as a real event.
The World Party Day is celebrated as an occasion to share the hope for a better world and the future of humanity and earth. The World Party Day celebration recognizes a "universal human right to fun, peace and life."
The World Party Day has been celebrated annually through parties and mass celebration with the slogan of the celebration being "pass the food, turn up the music, and donate 25 cents to the World Food Program."
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Schools participate in World Party Day with multicultural lessons, activities, and arts.