Latin America Peace Network/Red de Paz Lationamericana

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Latin America Peace Network/Red de Paz Lationamericana

Searching, sharing non-violent alternatives and conflict trasformation in the region

Website: http://www.internationalpeaceand conflict.org
Members: 45
Latest Activity: Nov 26, 2013

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Comment by Paulin Regnard on January 20, 2011 at 7:06am

Greetings to all!

 

I would be happy to have some tips from other fellow members on this network on nonprofit organizations specialized in conflict resolution, peacebuilding and/or democratic governance in Latin America and the Caribbean.

 

I have completed more than 9 years of experience in peacekeeping operations, including 3 and a half years in Haiti. Ideally I would like my next move to be in Latin America. I am interested in any short-term or long-term professional opportunity (but not volunteering). 

 

Thanks in advance for giving me some pointers to help me better focus my search. Naturally, in return, I'll remain available to answer any query related to my own background and UN peacekeeping.

 

Paulin

 

Comment by Dan Moody on December 14, 2009 at 6:50pm
Thank you for your passion and commitment To peace!
Global Peace Partners is a forum for any peace worker
from around the globe to post blogs, photos, video clips
of their work and insights of their nation.
The purpose of this forum is to reach out and respect
those who may not share the same religion, the same race,
the same nationality, the same politics and the same culture
and yet seek peace!
One of our long term goals and hopes is that College and
University Students might reach outside their comfort zones
and learn from you and gain new perspectives.
If you should wish to contribute your insights go to
http://www.themoodygroup.org and scroll down to
Global Peace…
Blessings, Dan MoodyDelete Comment
Comment by Alvaro RAMIREZ DURINI on December 7, 2009 at 9:07pm
Nonviolet Peaceforce Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Coordination
Fuerzas de Paz Noviolentas America Latina y Caribe
Comment by Janet Lynn Murdock on November 30, 2009 at 1:28am
I am trying to build a list of portuguese speaking peacebuilding professionals. If you speak portuguese and work in peace in any capacity, please send me your CV to jldock@gmail.com
 

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