Dear Colleagues,

Artistic approaches to peacebuilding are increasingly gaining traction amongst practitioners and funders alike. How can this emerging nexus be better supported?

The Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts at Brandeis University, Search for Common Ground and the Alliance for Peacebuilding  are currently engaging in discussions to explore this very issue.

But we need your help

Please take five or ten minutes of your time to fill out this quick survey on the nexus of the arts and peacebuilding. The survey is confidential and the results will help inform our discussions as we move forward with strengthening work at the nexus of arts and peacebuilding.


Jonathan White

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Hi Jonathan and people interested in Arts and Peacebuilding this  is to share a recent article I have written about this theme MAKE ART, MAKE PEACE in PeacexPeace

here is the link


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I would love to engage in this conversation but couldn't get to the link.

Hi Cynthia, the survey was only available for a limited time period. I apologize for not specifying that in the post. We received over 130 responses, and are currently analyzing the results now. I will be sure to post the report once it is finished, and thanks for your interest in the survey!


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