The Youth, Peace, and Security program shares lessons from working with youth leaders in Medellin, Colombia, to foster peace in communities afflicted by violence.
peacebuilding Archives - State of the Planet
Grassroots activists share their strategies on caring for oneself and one another, and on building societies grounded in solidarity and equity.
The fellowship supports women grassroots activists working to promote peace and security. The deadline for applications is October 23.
At a recent panel, African women leaders shared powerful stories about the peace and security challenges they face, and how they’re carving strategic paths forward.
Nobel laureates and young feminist visionaries come together at a historic ‘Claiming our Space’ summit in Liberia.
A new report from the United Nations lays out new goals for building and keeping peace, but will likely face several challenges.
Photos and quotes from women peacebuilders highlight their fears and accomplishments.
Leymah Gbowee was 17 when war broke out in Liberia. Her experiences drove her onto a path of suffering, discovery and service that led to work rehabilitating child soldiers and helping build peace, village by village, in Liberia and eventually neighboring Sierra Leone.
Researchers from the Women, Peace and Security team believe that by learning about women’s everyday peace and security in the country, as well as women’s involvement in peacebuilding processes in Mozambique, the program can learn valuable lessons that will inform future research and educational programming.
A workshop Thursday will bring together women activists from many communities to talk about how women have been able to successfully influence sustainable peace through everyday activism. The event is being held by the new Women, Peace and Security Program, which is directed by Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee.