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Varghese Chakkummootil and Kimberlye Kowalczyk are now friends
May 28, 2013
FREDDY ORTIZ NISHIHARA commented on Kimberlye Kowalczyk's blog post No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan
"Kimberley sama watashi wa nitkai  Matsuyama machi he ikta I know that city and  met my japanese family in 1992 and in 1996 before return here to South America, because I was working as a dekasegui in Japan during all…"
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Kimberlye Kowalczyk left a comment for Go Funai
"Thank you for your kind comment about No Place for Resent. Nice to meet you."
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Kimberlye Kowalczyk and Go Funai are now friends
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Kimberlye Kowalczyk commented on Kimberlye Kowalczyk's blog post No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan
"Thank you, Mr. Nishihara ~ I hope that you will have a chance to visit Ehime ken sometime. It is a beautiful place with many wonderful people.   Thank you Mr. Tahir"
May 13, 2011
Mangming Shing Jerome commented on Kimberlye Kowalczyk's blog post No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan
"Ruins that need great beginnings. God loves Japan"
May 13, 2011
FREDDY ORTIZ NISHIHARA commented on Kimberlye Kowalczyk's blog post No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan
"Jontoni omedeto gozaimasu kimberley Sama, ii kimochi desu, omedeto gozaimasu, I thank you very much by your essay, it shows the japanese spirit during all the time, my mother's family migrated from Japan ( Ehime Ken) to South…"
May 12, 2011
tahir wadood malik commented on Kimberlye Kowalczyk's blog post No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan
"beautifully presented. blue sky overhead, apt ending!"
May 12, 2011
Miho Taka left a comment for Kimberlye Kowalczyk
"I didn't expect to find something like this... but I'd like to say thank you."
May 12, 2011
Maître Eddy BYAMUNGU LWABOSHI commented on Kimberlye Kowalczyk's blog post No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan
"oh, sorry to this....God will help them...."
May 12, 2011
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No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan

 www.mediaforpeacebuilding.com Dear friends and colleagues, I hope this email finds you well and enjoying the lightness of Spring, and the change she brings with her. For those of you who don't know me, I was born in Japan to a Korean mother and an American father. I…See More
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"Dear, Very happy to visit your profile here, we can be good friend & partner. Keep it up Its very sacred cause we are doing. Peace."
May 10, 2011
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"Thanks for mentioning TMS! One more: www.mediaforpeacebuilding.com"
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Jan 18, 2010

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Kimberlye Kowalczyk was born in Kyoto, Japan to a Polish-American father and a Korean mother. Having spent 19 years attending international schools in Kyoto and Osaka, Japan, she then moved to the United States for university and graduated from Antioch College with a degree in Cultural and Interdisciplinary Studies (with a focus in Peace Studies and Journalism). She is currently a M.A. in Conflict Transformation candidate at SIT Graduate Institute.

With a diverse background of experiences, including as an organizer in the antiwar movement in the United States during the initial stages of the occupation of Iraq, as an assistant organizer for international and intergenerational fora at universities in Japan, interning at the acclaimed Kyoto Journal in Kyoto, Japan and the Women's Feature Service (WFS) news syndicate in New Delhi, India, working as webreporter onboard a round-the-world voyage on the Peace Boat (http://www.peaceboat.org/english/voyg/54/index.html), to currently working as a resident peace journalist for Transcend Media Service, Kimberlye Kowalczyk continues to study the art of distilling life's meaning into the reflective magic of words and images.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Japan, Cambodia, S. Korea, India, United States, Austria, Germany
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Austria
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Peace Journalist for TRANSCEND Media Service
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://www.transcend.org/tms
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Conflict Resolution, Culture, Development, Education, Media
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Communication, Curriculum Development, Fundraising, Program Design, Research, Qualitative Skills, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Peace Media (co-developing a Framework for the field)

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No Place for Resent - A Photo Essay from Japan

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At 9:00am on May 12, 2011, Miho Taka said…
I didn't expect to find something like this... but I'd like to say thank you.
At 5:05am on May 10, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear,

Very happy to visit your profile here, we can be good friend & partner.

Keep it up Its very sacred cause we are doing.

Peace.

At 3:04pm on December 9, 2009, Plante Kibadhi Mbuka said…
hello Kimberlye , very happy to invite to be friend of the peace, fist of all i am journalist i did have degree , honours , and now i applying to do master in peace in and international conflict resolution, well in american universities , ,but first i am needed to have a scholarship , but i would like to exchange much with you , now in in drcongo the conflict coutnry , people are dying and i want to have more knowledge to help my world.
let kep in touch
At 11:43pm on July 20, 2009, Ellal Aklilu said…
I am in the U.S. raising Will you help me raise books to send to Ethiopia? Email me at ellalaklilu@yahoo.com if you could assist me thanks!!!

What universities,colleges in ethiopia are box needed most unity college or AAU?
 
 
 

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