Defining Arts For Peace

Defining Arts For Peace

By Nabila Hussein, Senior Knowledge, Education and Outreach Officer, Generations For Peace Institute Vehicles for peace building series (post no.2) The Arts For Peace approach to conflict transformation, used by Generations For Peace (GFP) volunteers to effect change...
Exploring Juba: Peace by the Red Sands…

Exploring Juba: Peace by the Red Sands…

By Love Calissendorff, Research Association, Generations for Peace Institute Hello again! I, Love Calissendorff, am back to tell you a bit more about my findings concerning infrahumanisation in South Sudan. The research I was carrying out as a Summer Field Researcher...

Transformative Dialogue

In Generations For Peace, the term “dialogue” is used in its original meaning as a specific form of conversation. The word “dialogue” originates from the Greek words “dia” meaning through, and “logos” meaning words. Socrates and his pupil Plato developed dialogue as a...
Who Needs to Talk to Whom, about What, and How?

Who Needs to Talk to Whom, about What, and How?

Dialogue For Peace “Dialogue is a way of improving communication. It helps broaden our perspectives and avoid oversimplification. It helps deepen our understanding of each other.” Delegates described Dialogue as the following: Dialogue is communication between two or...