Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (later called Mahatma Gandhi) was outstanding figure for peace and truth. His guidelines remarkably played a significant role all over the world for making peace and harmony.Gandhi Peace Builders is an international movement which starts from the bit of hope for the integral development of the harmonious community without racial, color, religious and national barriers.See More
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With an MA in Peace and Conflict Resolution (Distinction), my particular interest is in conflict resolution through capacity-building in general and educational institutions in particular. I volunteer online with educational projects in Argentina, Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Honduras, Madagascar and refugees of the Haitian earthquake. Both Pax Populi, Afghanistan and LUKMEF, Cameroon have the principle aim of facilitating spaces in which youth can engage in intercultural debates that promote socail justice, equality and human rights. In more general capacity-building I have helped MEDIraq establish a hospital in Kirkuk and Mediation Northern Ireland facilitate a space to discuss the devolution of policing powers. I continue to work alongside the socail entrepreneurship organisation Spark Viet Nam.
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i am working in capacitybuilding of elders(traditional?religious)Ypouth,men and women groups on gross roots level.recent presenataion at USA is to inform the people about gross roots indiginous peacebuilding,how can we connect.
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