ACTIVISTS will converge on the Canoe Lake along Ryde Esplanade on Saturday, September 21, as part of a global protest against war.
The Global March for Peace and Unity is a Facebook campaign, organising a number of worldwide rallies to coincide with the International Day of Peace.
Facebook pages have been set up for areas across the UK, including London and Manchester.
The Isle of Wight page is run by Sue Barnes, of Alfred Street, Ryde.
Sue said: "This is not political its just to send a message to the world leaders that we don't want any more war."
Sue is encouraging as many people as possible to attend, wearing bright colours and carrying something to make a noise.
The Global March statement says the day is to demonstrate to the world and its leaders that any attempts to segregate us by fear because of our diversities will not succeed.