Ayca Guralp

As a trained and educated peacebuilder, I wish to dedicate my life to using my skills and knowledge inconflict resolution to assist in transforming conflicts between individuals, communities, nation-states andnon-state groups in any capacity.

Benno Malte Fuchs

 

Dr. Kyoko Okumoto

yoko Okumoto holds a PhD in the Arts and Literature from Kobe College Graduate School of Letters in Japan and an MA in Peace Studies from Lancaster University in the UK. She is a Professor of Peace Studies, Conflict Transformation, and English Literature atOsaka Jogakuin University, a women’s university in Osaka, Japan. Her research fields are: conflict transformation/nonviolent intervention, the arts,...

Professor George Kent

George Kent is Professor Emeritus with the University of Hawai’i. He was a professor in the Department of Political Science from 1970 until his retirement at the end of 2010. He currently teaches online as a part-time faculty member with the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Sydney in Australia and also with the Transformative Social...

Samantha Sinai

Samantha Sinai, Professional Cellist, Cello Teacher, and Board Certified Music Therapist, was raised in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. Beginning to learn to play the cello at age 10, she has been in love ever since. Samantha completed her undergraduate degree in Cello Performance and Music Therapy at the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory near Cleveland, Ohio. It was during her undergraduate degree...

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.

Dr. Andy Hickson

Dr Andy Hickson is CEO of Actionwork Worldwide Ltd and Director of Actionwork®.  Actionwork® was founded by Dr Andy Hickson when he combined theatre-in-education tours (TIE Tours) with Creative Action in 1990. For twenty seven years we have aimed to explore the issues that affect young people such as bullying, racism, cyber bullying, drugs, sex and relationships, pregnancy, family, peer pressure, sexism, disability...

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...

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