My take, your take: Empowering women to become their own champions

My take, your take: Empowering women to become their own champions

Generations For Peace is joining UN Women’s intergenerational series for Generation Equality, where young people take the lead to shape the conversation, conducting interviews with prominent women who were able to create real change and leave a lasting positive impact...
Overcoming Conflict and Fostering Tolerance in Sierra Leone

Overcoming Conflict and Fostering Tolerance in Sierra Leone

By Valentine Chauchereau, Communications Intern at Generations For Peace.  For most of his life, Victor, a 23-year old volunteer, saw the use of violence as the only answer to conflict and division. As a teenager, Victor attended LOMA Secondary School (LSS) in Kabala,...
Working Together Towards a Prosperous and Peaceful Future

Working Together Towards a Prosperous and Peaceful Future

Gail Steward, Communications Intern at Generations For Peace Eyeing the players one-by-one, Nafisa is already judging each based on their ethnicity. As their football coach, she has already chosen her favourite players – those that are of the same ethnicity as herself...
Women Peacebuilding Pioneers: Lina Al-Maabra

Women Peacebuilding Pioneers: Lina Al-Maabra

By Amelia O’Brien, Communications Intern at Generations For Peace Living and working in Ain Al Baidha area in the far south of Jordan, Lina Al-Maabra’s goals and achievements in her volunteer work all align under one belief: ‘when the teaching profession transcends...
Volunteers Pushing the Boundaries: Tayma’s Story

Volunteers Pushing the Boundaries: Tayma’s Story

By Amelia O’Brien, Communications Intern at Generations For Peace Tayma Feisal is no stranger to taking on challenges and opportunities to grow in her community. In June 2019, she joined the Jordanian Civil Defense Volunteers team, going through a rigorous training...