Lines Drawn: How a Hoop and a Court Combat Ethnic Violence

By Megan Mineiro, Communications Department The world’s youngest nation is operating in a state of lawlessness—with some reports suggesting that events on the ground are signaling an impending genocide. South Sudan has witnessed large-scale conflicts along ethnic lines since 2013, when violence first erupted in the country’s capital of Juba. While the reasons behind the violent attacks triggered in December 2013 are complex, political and … Continue reading Lines Drawn: How a Hoop and a Court Combat Ethnic Violence

Global Goals for All Humanity

By Mark Clark, CEO of Generations For Peace United Nations “2030 Agenda” and the Sustainable Development Goals: the contribution of Generations For Peace and the importance of partnerships On his first day in office, on 1st January 2017, United Nations Secretary General António Guterres pledged: “Let us resolve to put peace first”. That was a powerful opening statement making clear and direct the importance of the … Continue reading Global Goals for All Humanity