Lindsay McClain Opiyo

Lindsay McClain Opiyo is the Development and Partnerships Specialist at Generations For Peace (GFP), an international peacebuilding organization that mentors and supports volunteers to design, implement and evaluate conflict transformation programs in their communities. She is also the co-founder of Music for Peace (MfP), an initiative that builds solidarity among artists in conflict and post-conflict zones in Africa. She coordinated the MfP exchange of...

Theresa Wolfwood 

Theresa Wolfwood is the director of the Barnard Boecker Centre Foundation in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She organizes, writes and speaks on issues concerning peace, social justice, women, globalization and human rights. She participated in the World Peace Forum in Vancouver and was an international election observer in El Salvador in June, 2006. She co-coordinates Victoria Women in Black. She has written for Briarpatch, Peace Magazine, Peace News, Third World Resurgence & other publications....

Earth Saylove

Twice nominated “Best Hip Hop Act of The Year” in the Portland Phoenix Best Music Poll (2007-08) and named an “Honorary International Artist of Nicaragua” by the Nicaraguan Association of Artists (and Archie Nica) in 2014. Most recently, Saylove has performed at international venues in Nicaragua and Miami, such as Calle Ocho festival. Hailing from a small town in New England...

Grace E. Reed

Grace is a passionate advocate for positive change in individuals, groups, and society, with a special emphasis on youth-at-risk. To learn more of Grace’s services, please explore the various sections of this site. Grace has skills and experience in Mediation, Education, Drama Therapy, and Counseling.

Rais Neza Boneza

Theme: Writing, Poetry, research, Dialogue, Culture & diversity, tolerance, Individual & Community empowerment (social issues, emancipatory politics). Healing, Art and peace activism; humanitarianism and development. He is the author of fiction as well as non-fiction, poetry books and articles. He was born in the Katanga province of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Former Zaïre). He is the author of fiction as well...

Claus Schrowange

Claus Schrowange is a peace worker with a passion for theatre. During his professional career he became fascinated by the Movement Theatre approach of Gabor Csetneki, Improvisation Theatre of Keith Johnstone, and Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed. He combined the three approaches into a unique acting style that provokes critical thinking and enhances dialogue on peace-related sensitive issues. From...

Dr. Olivier Urbain

Founder and director of the Transcend: Art & Peace Network, Former Director of the Toda Peace Institute (Tokyo and Honolulu). Member of the Board of Directors of the International Peace Research Association Foundation. Now director of the The Min-On Music Research Institute

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