To work toward world peace, you must first know what world peace really and truly is. World peace, in a simple state, is the ideal of peace, freedom and happiness among all peoples and all nations. The idea of world peace is a utopian theory where non-violence exists across the planet, and by which every nation in the world cooperates willingly. This may be either by a system of governance preventing warfare or by voluntary measures. The term of world peace is sometimes used in order to refer to the end of all hostility among every individual, though the term is more commonly used for the purpose of referring to a complete and permanent end to all regional and global wars as well as future conflicts being solved through only non violent means.
There are many different theories regarding how people can achieve world peace, and they can differ significantly from one country to the next. For example, the theories regarding world peace in Canada will differ from the United States. A little bit of Canada 411 will show you that some countries are better at being peaceful than others.
There are a wide variety of political ideologies regarding world peace such as the capitalism peace theory, the democratic peace theory, cobdenism, mutual assured destruction, globalization, isolationism, non-interventionism, self-organized peace and the economic norms theory. There are also religious views regarding world peace such as Buddhism, baha’i faith, Sikhism, Christianity ideal, Hinduism, Islam theory and Judaism theory.
Each of these faiths and political theories offers different ideas for how to obtain world peace. Unfortunately, none is yet complete nor capable of helping to achieve world peace on its own. It will be a combined effort of these theories and ideas that will eventually bring about world peace, assuming that it is eventually a possibility.