Relationships Restored in Nigeria

Relationships Restored in Nigeria

By Generations For Peace Nigeria Relationships are the bonds that hold us together: whether romantic, platonic, parental, or familial, the relationships we have shape and mold us. It’s the restoration of lost relationships between families and friends, respectively,...
Op-Ed: How can cultural diversity drive peace and development?

Op-Ed: How can cultural diversity drive peace and development?

 Peace News ,25 June 2019 – Opinion: What is one way we can reinforce cultural diversity as a driving factor of peace and development? Here, the world’s leading peacebuilding NGOs answer the question in honor of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and...
UN youth envoy joins young Jordanians for town hall

UN youth envoy joins young Jordanians for town hall

UNICEF says one in three young people lack employment, education or training The Jordan Times,19 June 2019 — The UN Secretary General’s Youth Envoy Jayathma Wickramanayake joined over 200 young people to hear their experiences, challenges and hopes on Tuesday. During...
A New Generation of Acceptance in Rwanda

A New Generation of Acceptance in Rwanda

By Nefertari Bilal, Communications Intern at Generations For Peace Today, identifying as any ethnicity in Rwanda is outlawed. This information, at one time highlighted and mandatory on any official identification, is now stricken from ID cards in the country. This is...