The Family You Choose: A Global Community of Peace Builders

The Family You Choose: A Global Community of Peace Builders

By Sanja Angelovska, Generations For Peace Volunteer and Pioneer Facilitator from Republic of Macedonia As a trained family and systematic counsellor, we are taught that we all function in the context of a family unit and that we are in some ways determined by it. I...
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...
Data Collection: “Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail”

Data Collection: “Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail”

By Alex Hamilton, GFP Oxford PhD scholar Collecting data properly is difficult. In theory, research must be organised, consistent and clear so that people can trust the results and reproduce them. But in reality, field researchers face complex challenges that limit...
Can a Storyteller Ever Truly Convey the Full Story?

Can a Storyteller Ever Truly Convey the Full Story?

By Sarah Squires, Communications Officer, Generations for Peace A story is a chain of events whose components consist of a beginning, middle and an end – this much is clear. But how we choose to shape the details within is entirely up to us. The inclusion or...