Empowering Women for Peace!

Empowering Women for Peace!

Interview conducted by Sarah Squires, Communications Officer, Generations For Peace Because of your generosity, the #IWantToBe Empowering Women for Peace campaign finally reached the $7000 mark! Thank you for always believing in our volunteers and the value of this...
Drawing Dreams in the Sand: the Pursuit of Hope

Drawing Dreams in the Sand: the Pursuit of Hope

By Sarah Squires, Communications Officer, Generations For Peace (Interview conducted in Arabic with the support of Amani Al-Nsairat, Programmes Coordinator, Generations For Peace) When Amira was a little girl in Homs, Syria, she dreamed of becoming an architect. She...
Q&A with Joy Anthony: Empowering Women in Nigeria

Q&A with Joy Anthony: Empowering Women in Nigeria

By Joy Anthony, GFP Volunteer from Nigeria What are some of the issues women face in Nigeria? Women in Kaduna face many challenges that prevent them from being guaranteed gender equality and empowerment. For example, a number of women are unaware of their inheritance...
The West Bank Files

The West Bank Files

By Nabila Hussein, Knowledge, Education and Outreach Officer, Generations For Peace Today the Generations For Peace Institute (GFPI) is proud to be making accessible the first set in a series of research papers focused on Generations For Peace (GFP) programme impact....
Exploring Juba: Peace by the Red Sands…

Exploring Juba: Peace by the Red Sands…

By Love Calissendorff, Research Association, Generations for Peace Institute Hello again! I, Love Calissendorff, am back to tell you a bit more about my findings concerning infrahumanisation in South Sudan. The research I was carrying out as a Summer Field Researcher...