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Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation Jul 16
Find out more about our work at Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation and how we can help you, whether through our commissioned programme work or our fantastic meeting and conference facilities
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Rivera Sun Jul 13
The Lost Heir is ready to ship out to someone we love...YOU! It's a story of a young shero that stops war with nonviolence! Inspiring for , courageous boys, seekers, , and everyone else! it Here!
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Rivera Sun Jul 14
The Lost Heir is for , courageous boys, seekers, , , , and everyone else. Makes kids jump for joy and oldsters weep. Autographed Copies Avaialble NOW
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Mar. Introini Jul 11
in Rodolfo Dominguez Marquez address the relation with and the threats that he is living because of his fight. Protection of become paramount to guarantee continuity.
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Intl Peace Institute Jul 11
Pictured: These drawings are a visual synthesis of stories told by from around the world at an collaborative event.
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RAGFP Official Jul 9
Register today for the Rotary World Peace Conference 2020, January 17th-18th, 2020, in Ontario, California. Connect with from all continents and occupations & help create lasting change for . Find more information at this link 👉👇
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Mar. Introini Jul 11
as in fighting to change misconceptions about . For many people in "peace ´ll come against justice". A truly work of building peace coming from the very basics...
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ICAN Jul 11
“We are changing mindsets, adapting to change & facing risks.Yet we are not recognized. need to be visible and represented on national and international levels.” -Shahrazad Magrabi, Co-founder and Director of Libyan Women Forum
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Sargent Shriver Peace Institute Jul 13
Some great insights in this piece from about the opportunities and challenges for women who wish to be in areas that have seen great conflict.
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Dr.Anita Schug Jul 15
Great that is recognising that r and of any .Wish and hope same will happen in but as recognised in Myanmar.
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GPPAC Jul 15
Check out our latest newsletter: local voices and increased action on , Luxembourg Peace Prize, Kyrgyz visit & much more:
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ICAN Jul 11
“Protection is not really about being safe, but about remaining active. It’s not a checklist item. How do we continue the work in the midst of conflict?” partners sharing their experience with risk & protection of at the
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International Alert Jul 16
Are you a skilled communicator with knowledge of the sector? Do you have experience with content creation and brand building? Apply to join +Peace Coalition's team of skilled as a Communications Consultant:
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Maryam Ghulami Jul 12
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PeaceTech Lab Jul 10
We're in this week for ! Uganda is facing a flood of from & we're here training local on how to use to help scale their impact & reach the people who need help the most.
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Veronique Sikora Jul 11
Peace builders sharing their experience when working in countries where protection is needed for all involved especially Grateful to
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SIPRI Jul 12
How can navigate the complexities of moving from short-term stabilization to a sustainable peace? Reflections from the 2019 are presented to guide discussions on and more ➡️ SIPRI at ➡️
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Veronique Sikora Jul 11
As caregivers and we need a space to release our emotions -Eliana welcome
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UNOY Peacebuilders Jul 16
This week, we are actively undermining the “divide & rule” strategy prevalent in places of conflict. Our young are uniting & collectively mapping ways to harness their efforts for !
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Veronique Sikora Jul 12
Carl Stauffer brings Towards an inclusive Peace to a close and raises the issues of we’ve covered especially for
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