Christophe Barbey

  Christophe Barbey Irenist (peace activator, peace research, theory and practice, peace achievment-s), poet (smile cultivator) and lawyer (prevention, mediation and solutions) At the Enchanted Star Siernes Picaz road 46 CH-1659 Flendruz Switzerland +41 (0)79 524 35 74   Geneva office: C/° Centre John Knox 27, ch. des Crêts-de-Prégny CH-1218 Grand-Saconnex Switzerland​ For po-ethic activities “To live in poetry: At the flower of time, fruits by the bulk”,...

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,...

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....

 Ife Piankhi 

 Ife Piankhi is a Uganda-born poet, singer,[1] creative facilitator and educator.[2] She has collaborated with artists such as Keko, Nneka, Mamoud Guinea, Geoff Wilkinson, Michael Franti, Jonzi D, Wynton Marsalis, Floetry , among others. She has toured internationally for the past 30 years visiting Canada, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Zanzibar, Zambia, Romania, Italy, Holland, and USA. While living in London she was a regular on Colourful...

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...

Rik Palieri

Rik Palieri’s last name, (pronounced Pal-air-re) is an Italian occupational name that means the shovel maker. He comes from a family of storytellers, musicians and actors with ancestors from Poland, Germany and Italy. He sings and performs both original and traditional songs on a variety of folk instruments, including the banjo, 6 & 12 string guitars, mouth bow, Native American...

David Allen Stringer

Since the 1960’s I have been involved in movements for Peace & Social Justice & Green Living on the Ghandhian basis of Ahimsa or Non-Violence, my usual function since the 1970’s to network educational and other information between the participants in these groups of networks, in which, as a former free-lance journalist I was usually the editor of its Newsletter...

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