Addressing Refugee Crises | Youth PLUS: Peacebuilding and Leadership

Addressing Refugee Crises | Youth PLUS: Peacebuilding and Leadership

By Aya Albadarneh, Generations For Peace  Throughout her journey in the Youth PLUS Programme, our colleague Aya Albadarneh shares reflections about her experiences and insights, shaped by connecting with youth leaders across Europe to train them on GFP’s Sport For...
Da’esh Killed My Brother

Da’esh Killed My Brother

By Richard Juilliart, Generations For Peace photographer and Sarah Squires, Senior Communications Officer Tunisia’s ‘Jasmine Revolution’ was triggered by the dire economic situation, corruption and political repression faced in the country. But it was the shocking...
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...
Youth and Violent Extremism in the MENA Region

Youth and Violent Extremism in the MENA Region

This blog is an excerpt from an article presented by Mark Clark, CEO of Generations For Peace, at the Forum on“The Role of Global Citizenship Education in Fostering Youth Peace Builders”, at UN Headquarters in New York, 10-11 September 2015. Countering Violent...
Life in a Warzone: Interview with Marwan Almagedi

Life in a Warzone: Interview with Marwan Almagedi

A territory that has been inhabited since 5000 BC, Yemen has a vast history which includes rule by several powerful dynasties including the Sabaeans, Minaeans, Ayyubids, and most recently the Ottomans and the British. In part due to this diversity of influence, there...