How Young Afghan Women are Scaling the Heights to Success (Summer 2015)

By Jessica Wattman, New Markets Advisors, and Marina LeGree, Ascend: Leadership Through Athletics Young women in Afghanistan […]

UN Panel Recommends Unarmed Civilian Protection (Summer 2015)

By Kathleen Laurila, Nonviolent Peaceforce “Unarmed strategies must be at the forefront of UN efforts to protect […]

Global Peace Building Foundation Welcomes 3 New Board Members (Summer 2015)

By The Global Peace Building Foundation (GPBF) Ruth Lande Ruth has an extensive background in mission-driven organizations. […]

New Legislation Would Create Space for Peacebuilding (Summer 2015)

By Andrea Hall, Charity & Security Network As the ever-widening net of terrorist listing grows and we […]

Building Constructive China-US Cooperation on Peace and Security in Africa (Summer 2015)

From Saferworld Increasingly, external actors are involving themselves in Africa – engagement which is critical to African […]

Improving Community Security Through Arms Control in Kenya (Summer 2015)

From Saferworld The issue of small arms control in Kenya is the subject of a new short […]

Young Leader Inspires Peace in Central African Republic Community (Summer 2015)

From Conciliation Resources Moussa is a young trader in Bangui’s Cinq Kilo district. He’s also the President […]

Across Two Narratives – Israeli and Palestinian Women Experience the Narrative of the Other (Summer 2015)

From American Friends of the Parents Circle This past May, some 30 Israeli and Palestinian women, participating […]

First Exhibit of Nakba Museum of Memory and Hope in Washington D.C. (Summer 2015)

By Andrew Jenner, Eastern Mennonite University After first visiting Washington D.C. in 2011, Bshara Nassar was struck […]

Joining Hands for Restorative Justice (Summer 2015)

By Andrew Jenner, Eastern Mennonite University If one young man in Harrisonburg had stolen from his employer […]