PCDN is turning 8! Since its launch in 2007, PCDN has become to the go-to hub for the global changemaking community. We are proud of what we have achieved thus far and the incredible engaged community that supports us!
In the past eight years, PCDN has climbed to over 35,000 members from more than 180 countries. In addition, the network distributes over 1,000 jobs each year, hosts more than 2,000 blog posts, produces 15 + resources guides a year, and serves as a pulse of what is happening in social change worldwide. Also, PCDN has moved from a one-man show to having several part-time staff and consultants.
As PCDN looks towards the future, you can continue to expect great things! A 100% new website is set to launch later this summer, which will bring you PCDN 3.0. PCDN 3.0 will bring you more events and ways to engage.
The network plans to continue to connect, inspire and inform the global change making community as it moves into the future. Thank you for helping us celebrate 8 years and for creating a thriving network!
Want to help PCDN be even more successful in the next eight years? Here are some ways to do so:
“The impact that the International Peace & Security Institute (IPSI) achieved through our trainings and publications in the last year has been multiplied many times over by utilizing the incredible networking power of the PCDN. No other new technology or socialnetworking site even compares to the PCDN.” Cameron Chisholm President, International Peace and Security Institute
“PCDN has given me opportunity to get access to information relevant to any progressive development professional.It is a membership which is highly beneficial and i do not hesitate to recommend the organization to anybody willing to take his career to the next level and equally convenient to training institutions who aims at attracting the best candidates in their programs and right talents for jobs available.” Joel Okundi Obengo, Nairobi, Kenya
“Like Peace Revolution, this network is a very significant platform where we meet like-minded peace activists from around the world. Knowing such key persons from different organizations helps in networking to a much wider and deeper level. Also, the immense source of information such as peace events, fellowships, grants, or updated news give us insightful perspective of what going-on in the world. This is truly an amazing hub of peace activists and educators who are prompt to react to the fast changing environment.”