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Upcoming Training Programs At The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs

This is a sponsored organizational post on PCDN “The entire experience was empowering and inspirational. I thought I had seen every type of program, however the unique learning framework of the IIHA is truly remarkable and worthwhile. It’s a great legacy to humankind.” -Vincent Kenny (IDHA 44), Chief Executive Officer at VMM Europe The Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs shapes humanitarian...

The American Graduate School in Paris is offering a scholarship for students committed to focusing their graduate work on peacebuilding and social justice

This is a sponsored post on PCDNetwork The American Graduate School in Paris is offering a scholarship for students committed to focusing their graduate work on peacebuilding and social justice. The “Peace and justice research scholarship” aims to support academic research that has real-world applicability in international relations. This scholarship opportunity is open to students enrolling...

His Eminence Dr. Madhu Krishan The Hony. Chairman Of DIPLOMATIC MISSION Cum Founder Chairman Of The ACADEMY OF UNIVERSAL GLOBAL PEACE USA ” AUGP ” With The Governor Dr. Shefki Hysa along with Speaker /Chairman Of The Albanian Parliament Conferred Degrees, Gold Medals, Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award , Mother Teresa Peace Award and also Degree Certificates from American Diplomatic Mission & Of Academy Of Universal Global Peace – USA To Eminent Personalities, Parliamentarians, Top Leaders of Civil Societies etc On 11th October 2017 .

www.augp.edu.in  www.augp.webs.com    E augp.info@gmail.com His Eminence Dr. Madhu Krishan The Hony. Chairman  Of DIPLOMATIC MISSION Cum Founder Chairman Of  The ACADEMY OF UNIVERSAL GLOBAL PEACE  USA   ” AUGP ” With The Governor Dr. Shefki Hysa along with Speaker /Chairman Of The Albanian Parliament Conferred Degrees, Gold Medals, Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award , Mother Teresa...

Peace & Security Report: October 13, 2017

You’re the President and CEO of your global life.  Be briefed like one: http://ipsinstitute.org/psr/psr-october-13-2017/   October 7 – October 13 This week in: Peace & Security Publications | IPSI | Africa | Americas | East Asia | Europe & Central Asia | Middle East | South Asia About...

Change is Needed. Help Promote the Social Change Career Podcast.

This has been an incredible year for PCDN filled with new initiatives. We recently launched the Social Change Career Podcast featuring real conversations with leading social change professionals to learn how they are changing the world while making a living. While there are a million podcasts on career advice, we couldn’t find one that has a specific focus designed for the social change professional.  We...

Experts ponder peace journalism in Pakistan

By Steven Youngblood, director, Center for Global Peace Journalism Can media be a force for peace in Pakistan? That question, among others, was on the table yesterday at a conference titled “Peace Through Education and Journalism” at Sukkur IBA University in Sukkur, Pakistan. I was honored to be the keynote speaker at the event. But before my speech, four Pakistani journalists gave their own takes...

COYPED, Youth Bridge to Launch Liberia Largest Grassroot Volunteer Service Program

LibCorps is a volunteer service program developed by the Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development (COYPED) in partnership with Youth Bridge Inc. to inspire, install, empower, and equip young Liberian university students and high school graduates through leadership development, community service, civic engagement, national health awareness campaigns, data collection, mentorship, career development...

Global Hunger Index 2017 – The Inequalities of Hunger

Extract from the Foreword to 2017 GHI Report: On February 20, 2017, the world awoke to a headline that should have never come about: Famine had been declared in parts of South Sudan, the first to be announced anywhere in the world in six years. This was on top of imminent famine warnings in northern Nigeria, Somalia, and Yemen, putting a total of 20 million people at risk of starvation. The formal...

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Broken Healers & Accompaniment

(Originally posted on the Space Bangkok blog.) I look around me, and inside me, these days and I see broken people.  We are dealing with grief, burnout, relationship troubles, family troubles, difficult work situations, financial difficulties, physical and inner instability, disease, various inner crises, and overall just trying to get our lives together…again.  For many of us, it seems when there...

Introducing The Storytelling Workshop Series

An Open Letter From Executive Director, Anastasia Rosen-Jones Scroll down for Storytelling Workshop details I have many stories, obviously. That is why there is an Anastasia The Storyteller blog site and an Anastasia The Storyteller Radio Show. This past July, at New Horizons Annual Board Meeting, it was agreed upon by our board of directors that getting my stories out into the public domain was...

PAKISTAN: Disability Dreams!

FOR PUBLICATION AHRC-ART-042-2017 9 September 2017 An Article by the Asian Human Rights Commission PAKISTAN: Disability Dreams! By Dr.Rakhshinda Perveen In an inequitable world Women have greater (19%) prevalence rate of disability rate in comparison to men who have 12% of this share. Large-scale researches have established that every minute, more than 30 women are seriously injured or disabled...

Small “Zones of Peace” Storytelling Workshops, Live and Online, Are Almost Here!

New Horizons’ Small “Zones of Peace” Project Presents — The Storytelling Workshop Series — Live A Vehicle For Overcoming Today’s Social and Political Polarization  Saturday, October 14, 2017 (Details here) Reserve early! Space is limited.   Also, read introductory comments on the Storytelling Workshop Series by New Horizons’ Executive Director, Anastasia Rosen-Jones here.   And...

Peace & Security Report: October 6, 2017

You’re the President and CEO of your global life.  Be briefed like one: http://ipsinstitute.org/psr/psr-october-06-2017/

His Eminence Dr. Madhu Krishan The Eminent Scientist and Ambassador OfAMERICAN DIPLOMATIC MISSION For International Relation , and The Founder Chairman Of ” THE ACADEMY OF UNIVERSAL GLOBAL PEACE – USA ” AUGP”along with The Board Of Directors had several Strategical Meetings With Many Government Ministers, Speaker Of Parliament , Parliamentarians , etc ,etc For Eco-Friendly Humanitarian Project in 1000 Acres Land For Creating Livelihood to Deprived Educated Youths and For Sustainable Development Of The Nation

www.augp.edu.in  www.augp.webs.com   Email  augp.info@gmail.com   His Eminence Dr. Madhu Krishan The Eminent Scientist and Ambassador OfAMERICAN DIPLOMATIC MISSION For International Relation  , and The Founder Chairman Of ” THE  ACADEMY OF UNIVERSAL GLOBAL PEACE – USA ”  AUGP”along with The   Board Of Directors had several  Strategical Meetings With Many Government...

Picking a Graduate Program Overseas: A cross-cultural, cross-sectoral journey

This blog is part of PCDNetwork’s career in change 2017 series. Click here for information on all the activities, webinars, blogs and ways to participate. This month’s career series is sponsored by Rotary’s Peace Fellowship program (more information is below) A bit of background … I decided to switch over from the corporate sector to the social sector in Summer 2012; at the time I was working...

Episode 1 of Season 1 – Craig Zelizer On Taking Bold Risks

Known by everyone in the peacebuilding world and very well connected in the social change scene, Craig is “a compulsive networker and information sharer”. How does he manage to Tweet at 4am? Who hasn’t received an email from him? Who is this guy? Found out about Craig’s earlier years, his biggest failures, how he made bold choices, his PhD years, on quitting jobs, and his transition from academic...

Peace & Security Report: September 29, 2017

You’re the President and CEO of your global life.  Be briefed like one: http://ipsinstitute.org/psr/psr-september-29-2017/

Fighting Serious Crimes: Strategies and Tactics for Conflict Affected Societies

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 / By: Colette Rausch “Fighting Serious Crimes provides us with reliable and analytical information covering many different facets of the problem of serious crimes. It also presents practical steps that we can take to build the rule of law in our countries.” Surendra B. Shah, Additional Inspector General of the Nepal Police “This handbook offers policymakers and practitioners...

Nation-State Hypocrisy and the Nuclear Threat

By David Gallup How can nuclear weapons states, like the United States of America, legitimately demand that other states, like North Korea, cease their research and production of nuclear weapons, when they themselves continue to maintain and upgrade their own arsenals? Developing, producing and maintaining nuclear weapons are war crimes and crimes against the peace that could lead to the ultimate crime...
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