Defining Arts For Peace

By Nabila Hussein, Senior Knowledge, Education and Outreach Officer, Generations For Peace Institute Vehicles for peace building series (post no.2) The Arts For Peace approach to conflict transformation, used by Generations For Peace (GFP) volunteers to effect change in their communities, is one of five GFP vehicles for peace building alongside: sport, advocacy, dialogue and empowerment. Whilst GFP started as an organisation focused solely on … Continue reading Defining Arts For Peace

A New Evaluation Approach for Generations For Peace? The Most Significant Change Method

By Alexander Dyzenhaus, Oxford Summer Field Researcher The Most Significant Change (MSC) approach is a simple tool that can be used to evaluate any kind of project or programme that aims to create changes in people’s lives. It involves asking participants in particular programmes to tell a story illustrating what they consider to be the most significant change to have occurred in their lives. Put simply, the … Continue reading A New Evaluation Approach for Generations For Peace? The Most Significant Change Method

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Looking deeper: Examining Sources of School Violence in East Amman, Jordan

By Maria Seeley, GFP Oxford Summer Field Researcher In August 2014, Generations For Peace (GFP) was proud to celebrate the conclusion of the first year of GFP’s Violence in Schools programme in East Amman, which used Sport For Peace to deal with issues of bullying, disruptive behaviour and violent conflict. The final ceremony, held on 22 August, included Delegates and Pioneers, HQ staff, and a … Continue reading Looking deeper: Examining Sources of School Violence in East Amman, Jordan