18 Highlights from 2018 – GFP Year in Review

By Chris Todd, Communications Officer at Generations For Peace 2018 has been an exciting year for GFP! As we head into 2019, we’re taking a moment to look back and reflect on the last year. Here are 18 GFP Highlights from 2018: 1. MBC Hope “Outstanding Partner” Award In January, GFP attended the fourth annual “MBC Hope” awards ceremony, accepting the “Outstanding Partner” Award from … Continue reading 18 Highlights from 2018 – GFP Year in Review

The Shadow of Gender-Based Violence

By Chris Todd, Communications Officer at Generations For Peace For Charles, violence left a mark on those things which most kids take for granted: The toys he played with were bullets left over from whatever attack had been most recently carried out during the Karamojong cattle raids or by the Uganda People’s Army (UPA). The community he called ‘home’ was a conflict zone in the … Continue reading The Shadow of Gender-Based Violence

Ask The Experts, 4

“What aspect of informal education has the most impact on preventing violent extremism?” In the fourth post of our “Ask the Experts” blog series, Generations For Peace is joined by five of the world’s leading peacebuilding NGOs to answer a new question in honour of International Education Week and International Students’ Day. Elizabeth Hume | Vice President and Acting CEO at Alliance for Peacebuilding We understand the … Continue reading Ask The Experts, 4

GFP Stories of the UN Sustainable Development Goals

By Chris Todd, Communications Officer at Generations For Peace United Nations Day 2018 marks the 73rd anniversary of the UN Charter’s entry into force and celebrates everything that the UN represents and has achieved since its establishment in 1945. Generations For Peace is proud to contribute to the UN Global Sustainability Goals (SDGs), set out by the United Nations 2030 Agenda. While our programming touches … Continue reading GFP Stories of the UN Sustainable Development Goals

And They Called Me “Teacher”

By Chris Todd, English Copywriter for Generations For Peace  Her degree in Italian language and literature is a symbol of her passion for spoken and written word and a reminder of the weight they carry. Especially in the Republic of Macedonia – the place Frosina calls ‘home.’ She knows perhaps better than anyone: lines drawn between ethnicities are easily emphasised by language. The words with … Continue reading And They Called Me “Teacher”