From Transcriptions to Birthday Cakes: My Time at GFP

From Transcriptions to Birthday Cakes: My Time at GFP

By Josh Wizman, Intern, Generations for Peace Working as a Generations For Peace intern over the past month, I was constantly reminded of Advance Training: “Oh wait till the Advanced Training”, or “You’ll see at Advanced Training”. Last Saturday these words began to...
Advancing our Training: What have We Learnt?

Advancing our Training: What have We Learnt?

By Edward Beswick, Research Coordinator, Generations For Peace Institute It is the final day of Advanced Training 2014 and I decided to devote the last blog post to finding out what people had gained from the experience. Starting this evening, participants will be...
A Day with His Royal Highness

A Day with His Royal Highness

On the final day of the Advanced Training, focus was placed on future GFP programmes. The Pioneers took turn raising and discussing possible obstacles to the implementation of successful programmes. Examples of such obstacles included insufficient human resources,...
Conflict Analysis: An Essential First Step

Conflict Analysis: An Essential First Step

Today is the 2nd day of the Generations For Peace Samsung Advanced Training 2014 in Amman, Jordan. Through this Training 33 GFP volunteers from 11 different countries will be better equipped to address local conflicts and conduct peace-building programmes. A crucial...
Breaking the Ice: Sharing Successes and Challenges

Breaking the Ice: Sharing Successes and Challenges

Today is the first day of the 4th Generations For Peace Samsung Advanced Training in Amman, Jordan. As mentioned in a previous post, this is an opportunity for horizontal learning between the GFP volunteers from across 11 countries, as well as for GFP to learn from...