NO DISCRIMINATION NO HATE

In 1958 Gerald Holtom designed the internationally known symbol for peace. It was designed using the flag semaphore system. It includes the flag positions for the letters N and D which stood for the call for Nuclear Disarmament in Britain.

This new symbol remains familiar by keeping the original use of the letters N and D (now used to symbolize No Discrimination) and the addition of the letter H for Hate. It will definitely continue to represent Peace but now with the added new message -
NO DISCRIMINATION NO HATE.