The London Citizens' community network is preparing to launch its Hundred Days of Peace campaign on June 9th.
It is taking place in the run up to the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games both 50 days prior and 50 days after the sporting event.
The aim of the scheme is to get more public buildings, offices and shops to sign up to its register of 'safe havens' for people in trouble on the streets of London, the East London Advertiser reports.
Across the capital 19 rallies are being planned by community organisations and voluntary groups, inspired by a similar truce after the original Olympic Games in Greece.
One event is due to take place at Watney Market at midday on June 9th, with further rallies including a CitySafe football competition between youth clubs in Shoreditch Park.
Rallies are also scheduled to happen at four sites affected by last August's riots.
Posted by Natasha Cox