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...

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.

Prof. Alicia Cabezudo

Prof. Dr. Alicia Cabezudo      alicia.cabezudo@ipb.org  Consultant on Global Education / North South Centre of the Council of Europe / Lisboa International Peace Bureau – IPB Geneva. Vice President School of Education / University of Rosario. Rosario, Argentina .

Joanne Lauterjung Kelly Yangon

I have lived in Burma since 2011, and led programs such as the DRL-funded People In Need projects in Mon, Karen and Rakhine to reduce inter-communal tensions by networking and building capacity for community leaders, CSOs, and religious leaders. I have worked with UNFPA, UN World Food Programme, Myanmar Institute for Integrated Development, and the Myanmar Ministry of Social Welfare....

Benno Malte Fuchs

 

Emiliano Bosio

 Emiliano Bosio is a PhD candidate at UCL Institute of Education, University College London, United Kingdom. 

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...

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