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4 things media outlets do wrong when they cover violent extremism

by Beth Hallowell, Communications Research Director, American Friends Service Committee Reading mainstream media coverage of groups like […]

“We cannot solve the world’s problems with the same thinking that created them.”

By Jennifer Anderson, Global Nomads Group Educator, at Virginia Episcopal School, Lynchburg, VA With the statistics on […]

How Syrian Refugees Transformed a South L.A. School — from 7,500 Miles Away

By Allison Finn, Program Coordinator, Global Nomads Group In April 2015, Global Nomads Group connected Syrian and […]

Basmatna: Leaving Our Impact on the World Through Virtual Exchange

By Allison Finn, Program Coordinator, Global Nomads Group Learn how Global Nomads Group and Qatar Foundation International […]

Consultation Roundtable on Peacebuilding Cost-Effectiveness: Exploring the Research Agenda

Peace and Security Funding Index

AfP is delighted to share with you a groundbreaking report on the state of funding in the peace and […]

Monthly Update: Policy (Feb.-Mar. 2016)

From March 1-3, 2016 AfP and our members collaborated with the World Bank Group to present at […]

If you only go to one event this spring, #PeaceCon2016 should be it.

By Hanna Hayden, Annual Conference Planning Assistant, Alliance for Peacebuilding Originally posted by Peace Times Who should […]

Preventing and Responding to Violent Extremism in Africa: A Development Perspective

Hosted by the Alliance for Peacebuilding and the UNDP  By Daniel Murphy On Friday, April 8th, the […]

Monthly Update: Communications (Feb.-Mar. 2016)

AfP’s communications team has continued to share the latest news and perspectives from our field.  In a […]