With all the recent talk about Bullying,
It is great to see ASK…
Many policy-makers consider the African youth population an asset, a “demographic dividend;” but as with any asset, it only yields dividend if one invests properly and create the optimum conditions. These conditions are far from being the reality in many countries in Africa, in particularly “fragile states.”…Continue
Added by Joseph N Sany on October 11, 2013 at 12:20pm — No Comments
By Theo Dolan
Added by Viola Gienger on September 16, 2013 at 6:49pm — No Comments
By Viola Gienger
A deluge of heavy summer rains in Sudan that washed away homes, turned streets into ravines, and affected about 340,000 people throughout the country, including…Continue
Added by Viola Gienger on September 10, 2013 at 11:24am — No Comments
By Viola Gienger
The pivotal presidential elections…Continue
By Viola Gienger
Added by Viola Gienger on August 21, 2013 at 11:20am — No Comments
Added by Shakeel Ali on July 19, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Have watch of this TEDx Boston event featuring peace and conflict resolution promoter, Farah Pandith. She is also the first ever US Department of State Special Representative to Muslim Communities. She talks about the global Muslim youth community, perspectives, and particularly the diversity of what it means to be Muslim.
She mentions where do you young people (young Muslims in the examples she provides) go for answers? Often, it is the Internet and it provides an opportunity for…Continue
Added by Jeff Thompson on July 16, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
By Tory Field and Beverly Bell
Part 20 of the Harvesting Justice seriesContinue
Added by Deepa Panchang on June 24, 2013 at 1:18pm — No Comments
On Friday, May 24th, the staff of BlazeSports America will be welcoming 18 Haitian’s to America as they arrive to participate in the annual BlazeCamp in Warm Springs, Georgia as part of the Department of State – Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs – Sport Diplomacy program. The group of Haitians includes 12 youth with varying disabilities as well six leaders that have gone through previous leadership trainings with BlazeSports funded by USAID and UN Office of Sport for Development…Continue
Added by Sherrill Hayes on May 24, 2013 at 12:21pm — No Comments
“Haiti is freedom” was my friend Sabina’s answer, when I asked her why she loves it there. We were walking under palm trees, returning from a festival organized by a youth center in the coastal city of Jacmel.
Sabina, originally from New Jersey, now lives in Haiti working on an initiative to identify successes in locally-driven…
Added by Amanda Munroe on April 10, 2013 at 1:31pm — No Comments
This entry was originally posted on the Rotary Global Peace Forum Blog. The Rotary Global Peace Forum in Hawaii is January 25-27 and is an opportunity for attendees to develop strategies to progress towards a more peaceful world. Honolulu's forum invites the next generation of leaders to rise to the occasion by actively shaping the…Continue
Added by Erinn King on September 27, 2012 at 1:49pm — No Comments
2012 Change the World in Africa
This month, East meets West, but not quite in the traditional way. Peace Revolution will visit both Eastern and Western Africa during their stay in Kenya and Nigeria as part of their 2012 Change…Continue
Added by Anita on September 20, 2012 at 6:39am — No Comments
This blog post was originally shared on www.interfaithyouthactivist.com, specifically for youth in high-school. But, it can be applied to younger youth as well. I'm hoping you can use these suggestions for your youth communities if you're interested in interfaith engagement.
1. Start an Interfaith Student Group in your high-school or…Continue
Added by Sana Saeed on August 27, 2012 at 5:39pm — No Comments
I would like to inform you about a new 800page MultiMedia eBook “Youth Rising for Peace”, which is being published online for the International Day of Peace, September 21.
Dedicated to the United Nations Decade for a Culture of Peace, it features 40 young and veteran peacemakers and model solutions for the full spectrum of peacemaking.
From inner city violence to homeless youth, inner peace to making ecocide a crime…Continue
Added by Eric Nicolas Schneider on August 24, 2012 at 6:51am — No Comments
On June 6, the “Salam Shabab” TV series for Iraqi youth received the UNESCO Special Prize at the Prix Jeunesse International, the leading competition for quality children’s and youth programming. In the Prix Jeunesse announcement of the award (see below), the show was described as both “courageous” and “ravishing”.
Supported by USIP and produced by Iraqis, Salam Shabab is a reality TV show for Iraqi youth (ages 14-18) that is based on a peacebuilding curriculum.…Continue
Added by Alexis Torello on July 16, 2012 at 2:28pm — No Comments
Last year while at my native(Silchar, Assam, India) I happened to meet a young boy aged around 22yrs at our village. I realised his face even though he's grown up, as he used to collect our cricket balls whenever it went outside the boundary field. I was touched by his well behaved behaviour and so i invited him to my house the next day early morning just to talk to him.
Next morning Gama came to our house and we started…
Added by Kalpanil Sinha on June 16, 2012 at 10:40am — No Comments
At present, production and selling of drug (e.g. YABA, PETHIDINE, HEROIN, GANJA (Hemp), PHENSEDYL etc) is a very profitable business in this world. Many people in all over the world involve with this business by investing money as a producer, manufacturer and seller of those harmful drugs. By this illegal business, any…Continue
Added by Suman Chowdhury Mony on May 17, 2012 at 5:14am — No Comments
A new project aims to counter ‘violent extremism’ by connecting former self-identified extremists with ‘at risk’ youths.
Self-identified former “extremists” and survivors have formed a social network aimed at helping young people avoid political violence and gang culture. The Against Violent Extremism network believes that radicalization is less of a religious and ideological issue…Continue
Added by tahir wadood malik on May 9, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
I am currently trying to scope out my methodology chapter. There has been a lot that has been said about empowering children and youth and investing in them. But, do we invest in them methodologically?From the outset, most research processes begin and end with the researcher. With a growing trend towards action and participatory research, there is greater inclusion of the researched within the process. But, with a large amount of research being conducted with those under the age of 18 years,…Continue