A traditional ceremony will be held to mark the International Day of Peace. This year the ceremony will focus on 100 years since the outbreak of WWI, and will also be addressed by President Borut Pahor; at the Cerje memorial to the defenders of Slovenian lands, noon.
Centre-right parties from three countries, the Slovenian Democrats (SDS), Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) and the Carinthian branch of the Austrian People's Party (ÖVP), will hold a memorial ceremony for victims of Communism at a memorial to the victims of post-WWII summary killings; Teharje Memorial Park, 11 AM.
A festival of Christian youth "Stična mladih 2014" will be held under the slogan "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven", to be attended also by President Borut Pahor and Speaker of the National Assembly Milan Brglez. The event, whose tradition goes 30 years back, attracts thousands of young believers; 9 AM.
A memorial ceremony remembering the liberation of some 80 mostly British POWs at the end of WWII will be addressed by Mayor of Metlika Darko Zevnik and the Metlika WWII Veterans Association Milan Travnikar; Partisan airport near the village Otok, 11 AM.
Film critic Marcel Štefančič jr. will be conferred the 2014 Rožanc Prize for best collection of essays for his "Kdor prej umre, bo dlje mrtev" (The One Who Dies First Will be Dead Longer); Trubarjeva domačija, Rašica, 4 PM.
Athletes from eight members of the Association of Balkan Athletics Federation (ABAF), which association 15 countries, will compete in the first Balkanation meet; ŽAK stadium, Milčinskega 2, 4 PM.