Volunteers Pushing the Boundaries: Tayma’s Story

Volunteers Pushing the Boundaries: Tayma’s Story

Volunteers Pushing the Boundaries: Tayma’s Story 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 and learning how to...
Going Local in Peacebuilding

Going Local in Peacebuilding

By Victoria Nyanjura, Fundraising Associate at Generations For Peace I was blown away by the overwhelming number of 39 Generation For Peace (GFP) volunteers from around the world arriving at the hotel. It was just one of the greatest moments of this year that has...
Can You Support Peacebuilding Through Your Own Work?

Can You Support Peacebuilding Through Your Own Work?

By Clint Robert Niehus, Fundraising Specialist at Generations For Peace One question often asked of fundraisers is ‘If I do not have much money to donate, how can I help contribute to your good cause?’ This is an important question, especially when you are looking to...
The Tale of Two Journalists in Northern Nigeria

The Tale of Two Journalists in Northern Nigeria

By Generations For Peace Nigeria Across the globe, the creation and use of unverified news and hate speech is on the rise as different media sources and platforms keep emerging, making it easier for anyone to say whatever they want. Often times, these are created and...
Restoring a Sense of Belonging in Nigeria

Restoring a Sense of Belonging in Nigeria

By Generations For Peace Nigeria 8 July 2017. The date is forever etched in Mendie N. Jeremiah’s memory; it was the day he felt as if he belonged nowhere. Born and raised in Zaria Kaduna, the Northern part of Nigeria, Mendie’s life was turned upside down by the March...