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

18 Highlights from 2018 – GFP Year in Review

By Chris Todd, Communications Officer at Generations For Peace 2018 has been an exciting year for GFP! As we head into 2019, we’re taking a moment to look back and reflect on the last year. Here are 18 GFP Highlights from 2018: 1. MBC Hope “Outstanding Partner” Award In January, GFP attended the fourth annual “MBC Hope” awards ceremony, accepting the “Outstanding Partner” Award from … Continue reading 18 Highlights from 2018 – GFP Year in Review

Choosing Peace over Violence in Nigeria

By Generations For Peace, Nigeria He was ten years old when the riots began. He watched and listened to the mayhem and murder from inside his home in Kaduna, Nigeria, where his mother forced him and his four older siblings to remain while the political and religious riots escalated into the internationally-recognised Sharia Crisis of 2000 just outside the confines of their walls. “Hearing and … Continue reading Choosing Peace over Violence in Nigeria

Edward and GFP volunteers at AT16

Rethinking Our Session Evaluation Methods

By Edward Beswick, Research Coordinator, Generations For Peace Institute You are at a training, it is the end of a long day of an even longer week, you are tired, you have just sat through a two-hour long session full of theory, practice, and group work; increasingly your thoughts turn to dinner and your plans for the evening; the day seems to be finally over. … Continue reading Rethinking Our Session Evaluation Methods

Hana Jumah - GFP volunteer and facilitator

The Art of Facilitation…The Art of Learning

By Hana Jumah, Generations For Peace volunteer and facilitator Have you noticed that people celebrate, eat, show their emotions and learn differently? This is all very normal and can be attributed to their age, educational backgrounds, learning styles, traditions and cultural norms. My journey as a volunteer facilitator with Generations For Peace (GFP) started four years ago. I believed that practicing facilitation, and passing on … Continue reading The Art of Facilitation…The Art of Learning