Volcanoes, Coconuts, and so much more…

By Edward Beswick, Research Coordinator, Generations For Peace Institute and Josh Wizman, Intern, Generations for Peace For our first Generations For Peace Samsung Advanced Training 2014 blog post, Josh and I decided to learn something about the participants’ countries. After a brief search online, we collected a stand-out fact for each of the 11 countries present. We then asked participants to come up with a … Continue reading Volcanoes, Coconuts, and so much more…

Nepal Field Research Visit – 2013

Nepal Field Research Visit – 2013 In August 2013, Sairah Yusuf (Monitoring and Evaluation Officer) and Vishnupriya Das (Oxford Summer Field Researcher), travelled to Nepal to conduct field research for the Generations For Peace Institute. At a later stage, Dinesha Suppiah (Programme Officer) also arrived in Nepal to aid the local Delegates in planning for future programmes. One of the locations the staff visited was … Continue reading Nepal Field Research Visit – 2013

Advocacy For Peace Programme – Nepal

Generations For Peace utilises five vehicles for peace building, Sport, Art, Dialogue, Empowerment and, the topic of today, Advocacy. For GFP, an Advocacy For Peace Programme (ADPP) is “an ongoing advocacy campaign or regular activities sustained over a period of months, through print or broadcast media, social media, rallies, marches, demonstrations, parades, or other means, to promote messages for behaviour change and conflict transformation.” A great … Continue reading Advocacy For Peace Programme – Nepal