Environment

AfP and Peace Direct Host Tomorrow’s Peacebuilder Awards

AfP is proud to Sponsor Peace Direct’s ‘Tomorrow’s Peacebuilders Awards!’ The awards were launched in 2013 by […]

8 Key Messages for Next Gen Peace

3 full days of programming. 500 attendees and 153 speakers from 23 countries and 195 different organizations. 49 unique sessions and exhibits on topics as diverse as climate change, trauma healing, electoral violence, race relations in America, storytelling, violent extremism, fragility, systems, technology and evaluation.

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 […]

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 […]

Rising from the Rubble: Reflections on Disaster Relief in Northeast Japan (Spring 2016)

By Mark Flanigan, Program Director, The Japan ICU Foundation When people think of peace building, they tend to think […]

Mine Clearance Restores Children’s Dream of Education (Spring 2016)

By United Nations Development Program, Cambodia In a normal progression of education, 12-year-old Kimleang should be in 6th […]

Bonnie Lucara – #WhatsYourPeace?

Bonnie used to commute long distances between Denver and Boulder, Colorado, and knew someone with a similar […]

Security 2.0: Dealing with Global Wicked Problems

By Charles Hauss, Senior Fellow for Innovation, Alliance for Peacebuilding AfP’s own Charles Hauss has published his […]

Conservation International Holds Environmental Peacebuilding Workshop in Colombia (Summer 2015)

From Conservation International Conservation International (CI)’s Policy Center for Environment and Peace is piloting a series of […]

The Gold Raider That Changed Tarime (Summer 2015)

From Search for Common Ground The best raider, that’s how Joseph was known. In the impoverished area […]