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Introducing: Moving Beyond Gender Tyranny, The Online Course

Begins this coming Saturday, bringing you great information resources, sponsored by New Horizons Small “Zones of Peace,” Beyond Gender Tyranny Initiative” —  to guide you on your adventure of moving beyond gender tyranny. Blog articles to keep you informed on programs, projects and healthy problem solving perspectives and techniques from our Beyond Gender Tyranny Movement, here, on this...

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After editor’s murder, is peace journalism dead in Kashmir?

By Steven Youngblood, director, Center for Global Peace Journalism In peace starved Indian-controlled Kashmir, it’s disheartening beyond words when the region’s leading voice for peace, dialogue, and responsible journalism is silenced. On June 14, the editor-in-chief of the Rising Kashmir newspaper, Syed Shujaat Bukhari, was shot and killed along with his two bodyguards outside the newspaper’s...

PCDN webinar: What in the world is BLOCKCHAIN & how does it relate to social change?

Take a listen to the recording of our second webinar of the 2018 PCDN Career Series on The Future of Work in Social Change. We talk about Blockchain and Social Change with noted expert Luc Lapointe. Block what? Exactly. If you have briefly heard of it, know a little bit or have no clue what it is and more importantly how will it affect the field of social change, this webinar is for you. We even throw...

Advanced Practice in Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution, Masters Programme

Are you interested in advancing your knowledge of contemporary conflict studies, and developing the skills and qualities needed for professional conflict and peace practice? Do you want to spend a year studying in a stimulating academic environment, working with staff who are experts in their field and with students from all over the world? Are you looking for a challenging learning experience, solving...

Episode 31: Dr. Scilla Elworthy: A Business Plan for Peace

In this episode, Susan speaks with Scilla Elworthy Ph D. three times nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the Oxford Research Group, which she founded in 1982 to develop effective dialogue between nuclear weapons policy-makers worldwide and their critics. She founded Peace Direct in 2002 to fund, promote and learn from local peace-builders in conflict areas. Dr. Elworthy has been...

How Does “Intention” Move Us, Both Men And Women, Beyond Gender Tyranny?

Hear Anastasia and co-host, Steve Lebherz discuss “intention” as an essential part of moving “beyond gender tyranny,” now on the podcast linked below.   Leaning In: Step #1 — Intention    Next check out New Horizons’ new page, introducing our Online Course For Moving Beyond Gender Tyranny, at this link. Then, be sure to join Anastasia and Steve this coming Saturday when...

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Win a Free Career Coaching Session from PCDN

The PCDN Social Change Career Helping Line (the world’s first crowd & expert sourced helpline for careers in change) is close to reaching 1,800 members from over 70 countries including  the United Kingdom, France, Nepal, the United States, Colombia and many other locations. Our 2,000th member will receive a free one hour career coaching package from PCDN as part of our recently launched...

Study International Relations and Diplomacy with expert scholars and diplomats in the heart of Paris

This is a sponsored organizational post on PCDN The current shifts in the balance of powers, the stakes of denuclearization, the Middle East conflicts, the humanitarian and political implications of the migration crisis, the current threats on democracy and human rights across the world: these, and more, are contemporary issues that can all be understood in depth through the graduate study of international...

Podcast 7: Refugees and Migration in East Africa

Episode 7 Displacement has become a common feature of life in East Africa over the past decade, leading to a wide range of creative solutions, according to Caroline Njuki, senior program coordinator at the Intergovernmental Authority on Development’s regional secretariat on forced displacement and mixed migration. Until the election violence of 2007, Njuki says, her native country of Kenya had...

Podcast 6: South Sudan – Carnegie Corporation of New York

Episode 6 – South Sudan As Africa’s newest state, South Sudan was meant to be an example of what cooperation between the international community and African political actors could achieve. According to the African experts interviewed in this sixth episode of the Peacebuilders podcast series, South Sudan’s devastating descent into civil conflict has instead transformed the young country...

Join us for our Next Facebook Live “Let’s Talk about Careers in Change”

Dear Colleagues As part of our Social Change Career Helping Line, the world’s first crowd & expert sourced helping for Careers in Change, we’ve started doing weekly Facebook Live sessions called “Lets Talk About Careers in Change”. Our next session will be on Tuesday June 19, 2018 at 12 Eastern Standard Time. We sit down and introduce some hot careers topics and wait for...

Israeli Intelligence Keeps Its Qualitative Edge

The Israeli Intelligence Community have been first in the spy game for decades. Today it includes three main members: Military Intelligence Directorate aka Aman (military intelligence branch of the Israeli Defense Forces), Mossad (overseas intelligence) and Shin Bet aka ISA aka “Shabak” (internal security) and two smaller units: The intelligence branch of the Israeli Police and The Centre...

Launching PCDN Career Coaching

  Who or what inspired you to work for change? Maybe it was your favorite professor, a personal experience or challenge you overcome, a friend or perhaps an inspiring movie or book. For whatever reason you feel happy when you are in service and your passion is to contribute to positive change this world.  You can’t help it.  You may have even gone to school (or thinking about going) to...

Ep. 013: Harrison Owen: Opening Space for Peace and High Performance

In this episode, Susan interviews Harrison Owen the celebrated creator of Open Space Technology which was “channeled” through him, he claims, because of the presence of good gin as well as past inspirations from a village where he lived in West Africa that handled differences by sitting in a simple circle. Open Space has been used in more than half of the countries on earth in what has been a 30+...

Growing impact of FPP in Nigeria

FPP ACTIVITIES REPORT (Between April 2017-April 2018) Growing impact of FPP in NigeriaSince the establishment of Foundation for Peace Professionals (FPP) in 2016, the organization has continued to make great impact in Nigeria, particularly in the area of peace building facilitation, crisis intervention, human right defense, research and advocacy for social justice. The foot print of FPP can be seen...

Video from PCDN Webinar, Emerging Trends in the Future of Work & Social Change

Welcome to the recording of our first Webinar in PCDN’s 2018 Career Series: The Future of Work in Social Change with Amazon engineer Robert Smayda. “Scholars at Oxford University have estimated that no less than 47% of all American jobs and 54% of those in Europe are at a high risk of being usurped by machines. And not in a hundred years or so, but in the next 20”.   You can either run...

Setting The Stage For Moving Beyond Gender Tyranny, Broadcast At Last!

The New Horizons Small “Zones of Peace” Project, now in the process of launching a full-scale Beyond Gender Tyranny Movement is pleased to announce that after rescheduling two shows for this topic – and – almost aborting a third due to technical difficulties, at last, went live with an on air broadcast last Saturday morning with a program we’d been planning for close to a month, Beyond...

Creative Learning and Consortium Partners formally invite you to attend the high-level Stabilization Symposium in Washington, DC

This is a featured organizational post on PCDN The defining event for a new U.S. definition of Stabilization Creative Learning and Consortium Partners formally invite you to attend the high-level Stabilization Symposium on June 26-27, 2018 at Johns Hopkins University SAIS in Washington, DC. Answering the call by the Interagency Stabilization Assistance Review (SAR)...
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