The Difference between Changing Attitudes and Installing Metal Detectors

By Tornike Chargeishvilli, Lead Pioneer at Generations For Peace Whenever we speak or think about children, all that comes to our mind is happiness, joy, innocence, hope, love, friendship, and many other positive feelings. After all, that is what children are associated with. But if something goes in the opposite way, it deeply concerns us all in a very strong way. I have been volunteering … Continue reading The Difference between Changing Attitudes and Installing Metal Detectors

The “S” before “He” Matters

By Noor Maloul, Programmes Officer at Generations For Peace “‘Because you are a girl.’ Whenever I hear this word, I get upset. Being a female made me lose many of the opportunities in life, or this is what I thought it did. While growing up, whenever I thought about doing something, I received the answer of ‘No, because you are a girl and girls don’t … Continue reading The “S” before “He” Matters

My Home is now Peaceful

By Chris Todd, English Copywriter at Generations For Peace Any mother who watches as her children consistently fight knows the meaning of conflict and recognises the need to build peace – even on a small, individual, often internal scale. Fatima is no different. In fact, we’ve already shared part of her story with you – just from the perspective of her daughter, Salma. This time, … Continue reading My Home is now Peaceful

Choosing Forgiveness over Revenge

By Generations For Peace, Nigeria The Sharia Crisis of 2000 has left many families in devastation, even 18 years after the episode. In April, we posted stories of some Delegates who lost loved ones to the crisis. Just like them, many others too lost loved ones to the violence that arose. Abubakar Isah and Umma Muhammad Garba, Participants in Generations For Peace Advocacy For Peace … Continue reading Choosing Forgiveness over Revenge

World Refugee Day: A Story of “Before” and “After”

By Chris Todd, English Copywriter at Generations For Peace Today, on World Refugee Day, we commemorate the strength, courage, and perseverance of millions of refugees, whose lives have been for too long defined by a “before” and an “after.” Before the conflict. Before the war. Before the moment they fled their homes. After they left their family and friends. After they attempted to resettled. After … Continue reading World Refugee Day: A Story of “Before” and “After”