Sport for Peaceful Coexistence in Refugee Host Communities

Sport for Peaceful Coexistence in Refugee Host Communities

Marking the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace By HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, Founder and Chairman of Generations For Peace Today, April 6, is the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. As the Syrian conflict moves into its sixth...
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...
Mapping Conflict: Odd but Important.

Mapping Conflict: Odd but Important.

Perhaps conflict mapping is an odd thing to do. You look at loss of life, destruction and political squabbling and you boil it down into a series of facts. A neat story of how communities were so fiercely passionate about something that they were willing to take lives...

Love in South Sudan!

By  Love Calissendorff, Research Associate, Generations For Peace Institute Hello everyone, my name is Love Calissendorff, I am from Sweden, and I am an intern at Generations For Peace. We have had posts about research previously on this blog, but I would just like to...