Please be sure to read the “Rules for making a speech video” and “Note” on this page before applying.

Please submit 2 documents: ➀ a speech video of up to 3 minutes in length and ② an application form (speech manuscript).

1) Rules for making a speech video of no more than three minutes

 Create a video of you giving a speech on the topic, between 1 and 3 minutes in length (Any language)
・You can use any language in the video. It is preferable if your face is shown, but it is okay if it is not.
・Take a video with a smartphone or video camera so that the screen is horizontal
・ At the beginning of the video, please include a 5-20 second self-introduction
 Example: Hello everyone, my name is Miki from Japan. I like playing soccer very much.

* Precautions for video recording
・The submitted video works may be published on YouTube or other media. If you wish to include your school name, affiliation, real names, or other personal information in your speech, please do so at your own risk.
・Editing and processing of videos is allowed, but please make sure that the screen is long enough to cover the sides. When using apps, etc., keep in mind that the aspect ratio of the video should not be square or vertical.
・Do not use any third party’s copyrighted materials (including photos, videos, music, artwork, choreography, etc.) or trademarks (company names, product names, etc.) in your video. If the video contains such information, it is the responsibility of the applicant to obtain the prior consent of the rights holder.
・In the case of filming, please do so in a location where filming is permitted, and be very careful not to disturb the people around you.
・It is okay if more than one person, such as a group of friends or a class, shoots a video, but one representative of the group must submit the video as the applicant. In such cases, we will assume that the applicant has obtained permission for portrait rights and other rights other than those of the applicant. Also, if a group’s entry is selected, only one person will be allowed to speech at the House of Representatives.

2) Rules for making a prepare an application form (speech manuscript)

In English or Japanese, please summarize the applicant’s information and the speech.
★Download the application form 
<<<Click here to download>>>

・If you are unable to use the above application form, please submit a copy of the form with the required information typed in Word or other word processing software.
・The text will be used as subtitles for the video, so please create the text in a format that can be copied and pasted.
・Please do not take a photo of your handwritten manuscript and paste the image when creating your application form.
* Please consult with us in advance if it is difficult to create a document using word processing software.
・Please enter the required information for your application (name, age, nationality, etc.)

Let's apply for the Children's World Peace Summit!​

Please submit a video of your speech of up to 3 minutes in length and an application form (speech manuscript) from the following link.


For those who cannot read Japanese, we translated it into English using a translation tool, but please agree to the notation in Japanese.
>>> Japanese ver.

1.The person with parental authority over the applicant must read these instructions carefully. Once a person with parental authority has sent the applicant’s work (hereinafter referred to as the “Work”), it is assumed that the person with parental authority has agreed to these precautions.

2.The applicant will be responsible for all costs associated with the production and transmission of this work.

3.The copyright of the work belongs to the applicant.

4.It shall be deemed agreed by the applicant that the work may be used, published, reprinted, or publicly transmitted free of charge and for an indefinite period of time, by Peace Piece Project (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) and third parties authorized by the Company for the purpose of implementing and promoting the Summit (including publicity, press releases, and event announcements).  The Company will not contact you individually with details of the use of the work.

5.The applicant and the applicant’s parent or guardian agree that the applicant’s nationality, nickname, age, etc. may be displayed when the Company uses the work. The applicant shall not assert any rights based on moral rights against the Company.


6.The work may be used in the promotion of the Summit in the following year and beyond.

7.When submitting a video work, please make sure that only the person submitting the work is in the shot, and take care not to disturb the people around you.

8.When submitting a video work, please do not film in locations where filming is prohibited. Also, if there are any precautions or conditions for filming, please observe them.

9.Do not use any third party’s copyrighted materials (including photographs, artworks, music, artwork, choreography, etc.) or trademarks (company names, product names, etc.) in the work. If the work contains any copyrighted material (including photographs, artwork, music, artwork, choreography, etc.) or trademarks (company names, product names, etc.) of a third party, it is the responsibility of the applicant to obtain the prior consent of the right holder.


10.In the event of any infringement of a third party’s rights in relation to the work, the applicant will be responsible for dealing with such infringement at his/her own expense and risk, and will be liable to compensate the Company for any damages incurred by the Company. In no event shall the Company be liable for any loss or damage incurred by the entrant in connection with his/her entry in this competition.

11.Works that the Company deems to fall under any of the following items, or to have the potential to fall under any of the following items, will be excluded from the judging process.

(1)Entries that violate or are likely to violate laws and regulations.

(2)Entries that infringe on the privacy of individuals or defame individuals, companies, organizations, etc.

(3)That which infringes on the copyrights, trademarks, portrait rights, or other intellectual property rights of a third party.

(4)That which is intended to promote or solicit a specific ideology, such as the promotion of a company, product, etc., political purposes, religious solicitation, etc.

(5)That which is offensive to public order and morals.

(6)Any other material that the Company deems inappropriate.

12.If any entry is found to be false or in violation of these guidelines, the entry will not be accepted and may be cancelled even after it has been submitted to the Summit.