Educating Youth about Gender-Based Violence in Uganda

Educating Youth about Gender-Based Violence in Uganda

By Valentine Chauchereau, Communications Intern at Generations For Peace “Why pay for a girl’s tuition fees if she is more likely to drop out or become pregnant? Society’s future is in the hands of boys, not girls.” Just before Sharon entered her first semester at...
Beirut Explosion: Restoring Peace in the Middle of a Crisis

Beirut Explosion: Restoring Peace in the Middle of a Crisis

By Sally Bisharat, Communications Specialist Standing in the middle of Beirut’s streets, Ayman observed the shards of glass piled on the roads, the blood stains on the sidewalks, and the black charcoal covering the buildings that survived the blast.  Flashbacks of...
Working Together to Support our Community.

Working Together to Support our Community.

By Sally Bisharat, Communications Specialist It was summer of 2019. Mohammad does not remember where he was headed exactly, but he recalls the speed in which he ran to reach the closest bus shelter to hide from the scorching sun glaring down his back. Sitting on the...
Shaping Peace Together | Lessons from the North Republic of Macedonia

Shaping Peace Together | Lessons from the North Republic of Macedonia

By Rosie Awad, Communications Specialist at Generations For Peace “Inclusive peace is sustainable peace. Only when we all work together will we be able to shape peace effectively…” The words echoed in Branka Markoviki’s head. She smiled with pride as she overlooked at...
Ask the Experts, 9

Ask the Experts, 9

“What has been the impact of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement on, and the response of, your peacebuilding organisation?” In the ninth post of our “Ask the Experts” blog series, Generations For Peace is joined by experts from the world’s leading peacebuilding NGOs...