"A peacemaking event" or "a peacemaking action" means a good deed that benefits the environment, society, country, the Commonwealth countries and the world community as a whole. This good deed is carried out unselfishly, at the call of the soul and with full consent and respect for the person doing good and accepting it. As a result of such an event, peace is established.

A peacemaker in the broad sense of the word is a person who is in good stead with oneself, and able to reconcile people with each other. The basis of peacemaking is the love of every person to the people and nature around, the desire to make the life of others better and happier by doing good deeds. The peacemaker's personality features are altruism, tolerance, humanity, mercy, enthusiasm and cheerfulness. In life, he/she follows the principle of triunity: good thoughts - good words - good deeds.

Registered children can find new friends around the world, communicate and share their lives. Thus, a friendly relationship between peoples is established, which in the future can prevent military and other conflicts, since children will understand that the same cheerful children live on the other side, who also want to walk under blue skies without wars and conflicts. Children can tell their parents that they have friends in different parts of the world.

In world religions, peacemaking is considered as a high spiritual quality and human skill (spiritual value). For example, the word "Islam" is translated as "Peace." Christians are well aware of the 7th commandment of bliss, which reads "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God" (for more details see Anatoly Isaenko’s abstract, a UN military observer in 1973-1976). Peacemaking in Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaism is considered similarly.