“I have lived in Pakistan for nearly my entire life, and have spent the past five years working with Generations for Peace, an NGO that engages with communities around the world, building peace from the grassroots and transforming conflict stemming from discrimination around gender, ethnicity, religion, and an array of other issues. Through the work of our dedicated volunteers in 50 countries, we have experienced first-hand how locally-based movements are vastly more sustainable and far-reaching. By building on the resources already available in communities, sustainable opportunities arise for those who might not otherwise interact to build a deeper understanding and acceptance of one another.”

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