The Effects and Cost-Effectiveness of Peacebuilding

By Clint Robert Niehus, Fundraising Specialist at Generations For Peace We all want to know that our support and money, time and resources, are being used effectively. This might mean finding the best price at the supermarket or taking a route that avoids traffic on the way to work. In peacebuilding, it means effectively impacting a large group of people and the key people who … Continue reading The Effects and Cost-Effectiveness of Peacebuilding

Transforming Gender-Based Violence in Uganda

By James Luyobya, Pioneer at Generations For Peace, and Chris Todd, Communications Officer at Generations For Peace Having more than two parents is complicated. Children of divorce around the world know what that’s like. But James was raised in a different situation: yes, he had more than two parents, but in his case, it was all within the same family, at the same time. James … Continue reading Transforming Gender-Based Violence in Uganda

#IDSDP: International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

Generations For Peace would like to wish you a very happy International Day of Sport for Development and Peace! What is IDSDP you ask? Well let us tell you. On 23 August 2013, the United Nations General Assembly approved the establishment of an International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) to be celebrated 6 April each year. Today, 6 April, was selected in … Continue reading #IDSDP: International Day of Sport for Development and Peace