Thank You to our Volunteers

“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy.  You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.”  – Author Unknown The 2014 Sochi Camp was a great success. A significant portion of this success is owed to the passion and motivation of the 71 Delegates, and the time and dedication … Continue reading Thank You to our Volunteers

Another Generations For Peace Camp Concludes

After 8 days of intensive training in peace building and conflict transformation, the journey of the 71 Generations For Peace Delegates from 8 countries, comes to a close. In the traditional manner, this Generations For Peace International Camp came to an end via press conference. The chief guests at the press conference were founder and chairman of Generations For Peace, His Royal Highness Prince Feisal … Continue reading Another Generations For Peace Camp Concludes

Passing it on…

The eighth, and final day of the 2014 Sochi Camp, commenced with a session on Advocacy For Peace. Advocacy For Peace refers to the process of building support among different groups for behavioural change and conflict transformation, using tools such as workshops, print or broadcast media, social media, rallies, presentations, or other means. For GFP Delegates, one of the best ways of educating people about the Generations For Peace … Continue reading Passing it on…

Spotlighting Turkmenistan

Did you know… The Karakum Desert covers almost 80% of Turkmenistan. The Kugitang Reserve is world-famous for its dinosaur footprints! The footprints were found imprinted into rock plateau. The suffix “stan” means “place”, so Turkmenistan is, literally, “the place where the Turkmen people live.” Turkmen rugs are world-famous for the beauty and intricate design. The national flag has a vertical strip on the left side … Continue reading Spotlighting Turkmenistan

Our Serbian Delegate: Nenad Ilic

What was your favourite experience at Sochi Camp 2014? My favourite experience was when I got the chance to facilitate in a large group. I have facilitated with children because I am a basketball coach, but I have never had the chance to facilitate with adults. Before coming here, I lacked confidence and was nervous about my English. Now, these barriers have been broken and … Continue reading Our Serbian Delegate: Nenad Ilic