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At 1:44pm on April 4, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Plante, Welcome to join peace network here,

Happy to visit your profile here in peace network, its great place to share

expertise and achievements for peace-makers.

We can be good friend and partners on common issues.

In Peace.
At 8:08pm on February 20, 2010, Raja Ikram said…
Hello
hope you are in good of health and faith

http://peacepromotion.blogspot.com/
At 9:59pm on February 1, 2010, Dr. Bridget Teboh said…
Welcome to this site. It is very rewarding! Thanks.
At 11:49am on January 27, 2010, Tabitha Njoroge said…
At 8:21am on January 6, 2010, M.E.C.C said…
Drear Friends,

Good Day!

I joined in Exchanges Connect Annual Video Contest this year about CLIMATE CHAnGE. The prize for the said contest will be joining in International Exchanges Program for 2 weeks. The winner will be chosen based on vote and rate made by the people who will watch the video.

Last night, I submitted my video for the said contest entitled "Let's raise our Hands and Participate in Saving the Life of Mother Earth. I am knocking in your good heart to please support me by voting and rating my video. I really want to join the International exchange program because participating in the said program will definitely not just experience but also enhance my knowledge about the U.S Culture.


Here are the instruction for voting and rating my video:

Videos are rated based on 4 categories: Originality, Creativity, Effectiveness, and Production Quality. Underneath each category, you will see a row of 5 stars. The highest rating you can give a video in a particular category is 5 stars. 1 star is the lowest rating. By rating it, you already voted for my video. In order to have a valid rate and vote , click the word "rate" after rating my video.

please click the link in order to vote and rate my video.

http://connectcontest.state.gov/contests/change-your-climate-change-our-world/entries/let-s-raise-our-hands-in-saving-the-life-of-mother-earth

I hope I could count on your support. Thank you in advance. your vote and rate is very much appreciated.

More Power!


Sincerely,
Maria Evelyn Cerdeño
Philippine
At 8:09am on December 19, 2009, Jamil Seddiqi said…
Thanks for being my freind. Well there are a number of peace building projects going on in Afghanistan, with relatively good achievments. In order to integrate and coordinate peacebuilding initiatives in Afghanistan, we are now in the process of forming Afghanistan Peace Building Practitioners Netwok. but we really Need International support to do so. the frist thing we are planning to do after establsihment of the Afghanistan Peace Network, is looking for funding to sustain this network and perhaps, organize a study tour to Northern Irland for exposure of conflict resolution and peacebuilding efforts there.
At 10:09pm on December 18, 2009, Craig Zelizer said…
Thanks for your comments. There are many organizations local and international doing work on natural resources and conflicts, in particular see www.globalwitness.org and the Enough project, and also International Alert.
At 4:46pm on December 9, 2009, PRADEEP FERNANDO said…
well ,thanks alot for ur comment.any way i must give what gain to u.please check the usip.org website.what kind of help u expect from me.i am so much impressed about ur profile.i will get further experience from u.keep in touch
At 4:36pm on December 2, 2009, Shaazka Beyerle said…
Thanks for your comment about the corruption in DRC. It's so difficult to curb because it's a system with many layers. But this system is made up of people, and thus it takes another system of people - including ordinary citizens - from all parts of society to curb it. Through this research, I plan to document the challenges, strategies, tactics, and general lessons learned from past and present campaigns and movements. Not only can we learn from them, we can get inspiration from their ingenuity, courage and resilience. Best, Shaazka
At 5:11pm on November 30, 2009, Bishop Charles K. Kwalia said…
thanks alot.iam Pastor kwalia from Kenya,i work with Mt Elgon Womens peace Development Forum International which advocates for security and democracy to stop Land Disput,Cattle rustling in Pokot,Mt Elgon,Sebei and Samburu in Kenya.we have and care orphans whereby we request God to touch His children.To reach me email to charleskwalia@yahoo.com Or womenspeaceforum@gmail.com
At 3:34pm on November 30, 2009, Jo Ann Crouch said…
MUM is the only one I am familiar with as it is where I got my masters degree. I know they have good programs for foreign students. Do you already have a BA? If not, have you tried www.collegeboard.com to do a search for colleges. I do not have experience with foreign students using this site so it may or may not work for you. Let me know how it goes.
At 3:02pm on November 30, 2009, Jo Ann Crouch said…
I don't know what kind of scholarships Maharishi University of Management has but I know it attracts many foreign students. They also have intern/work study programs. They are dedicated to world peace by adding group meditation to the environment to settle down the conflicts. There are around 1700 doing group meditation twice a day at their facility in Southeast Iowa, United States. Good luck! Your expertise is so needed. www.mum.edu
At 4:51pm on November 26, 2009, Folashade Aransiola said…
Hello,am a journalist by training so wat kind of movies do you produce?
At 4:31pm on November 26, 2009, Jo Ann Crouch said…
President Obama has been meeting with his War Counsel to help him decide on course of action in Afghanistan. I wonder what it would be like if he met with a Peace Counsel?

Regarding nuclear energy or otherwise: President Obama often promises things he does not do. This special interest holds lots of power in the world. The promise just begins the effort. Real action will mean a lot more.
At 5:33pm on November 24, 2009, Arutun Frieda Daisy said…
well ts good to hear from you,am fresh in this field but i have great interest in advocating against violence.I just completed University and now working with an NGO that promotes good governance,security and democracy.I am inspired with all thats happenings in our country Uganda,to advocate against violence of human rights.
At 3:59pm on November 16, 2009, Robert WoW De Souza said…
Yes, making film to expose what's wrong is a great idea as so many people are trapped in conflicts, war etc. Keep up the great work you do.
At 8:07am on November 16, 2009, Nilima Raut said…
Namaste!!

I am happy to get your message. As i am new in this field, i may need to learn more than you or may need the information regarding communication and peace building. Will be hoping to get information from you.

Thanx.

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