Interview conducted by Sarah Squires, Communications Officer, Generations For Peace Because of your generosity, the #IWantToBe Empowering Women for Peace campaign finally reached the $7000 mark! Thank you for always believing in our volunteers and the value of this programme. We could not have done this without you all. Over the weekend, we caught up with several volunteers in Nigeria to see how things are … Continue reading Empowering Women for Peace!
By Sarah Squires, Communications Officer, Generations For Peace (Interview conducted in Arabic with the support of Amani Al-Nsairat, Programmes Coordinator, Generations For Peace) When Amira was a little girl in Homs, Syria, she dreamed of becoming an architect. She would play on dusty construction sites and envision majestic buildings sprouting from the ground, drawing her dreams in the sand. Her life has changed greatly since … Continue reading Drawing Dreams in the Sand: the Pursuit of Hope
By Joy Anthony, GFP Volunteer from Nigeria What are some of the issues women face in Nigeria? Women in Kaduna face many challenges that prevent them from being guaranteed gender equality and empowerment. For example, a number of women are unaware of their inheritance rights and the freedom to purchase land due to inconsistent religious interpretations concerning these rights. Women in the community are not as … Continue reading Q&A with Joy Anthony: Empowering Women in Nigeria
When our volunteers (delegates) from Libya first entered the Generations For Peace (GFP) headquarters for Amman Camp 2013, they did so with a clear purpose and focused objectives. These carefully selected individuals were keen to address issues stemming from the escalating political crises, which had resulted in various risks ranging from delays to school education, a lack of volunteering opportunities, and an increase in youth … Continue reading Volunteers Complete Ongoing Activities in the First-Ever GFP Programme in Libya!
By Nabila Hussein, Knowledge, Education and Outreach Officer, Generations For Peace Today the Generations For Peace Institute (GFPI) is proud to be making accessible the first set in a series of research papers focused on Generations For Peace (GFP) programme impact. GFP recognises the importance of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for measuring the quality of our programmes, for assessing our tools (including the cascading approach) … Continue reading The West Bank Files