Fighting for a New Culture. How Activism is Needed to Gain Peace in the Fight Against Sexual Violence Author: Kolfinna Tómasdóttir Translated into Spanish by Ana Elena Acon “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever
Entrevista con Dra. Manuela Mesa En esta edición de Ideas for Peace, te presentamos la entrevista que hicimos con la doctora Manuela Mesa en 2019. La Prof. Mesa es Co-Directora del Instituto Universitario sobre Derechos Humanos, Democracia, Cultura de Paz y no violencia (DEMOSPAZ) en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
About the book: When many Americans hear that the US may go to war against another nation, they tend to believe there’s probably a good reason for it or that no viable alternatives exist—or they don’t think about it at all. They trust their leaders to represent them and defend
Jahan Zeb writes us about Malala and her father, Ziauddin Yousofzai, who recently visited the Syrian-Jordanian border to meet with people fleeing the conflict in Syria, and to draw international attention to the needs of refugees -- especially refugee children.
Aside from music being used a tool for personal expression, it also has the potential to influence social and political cultures. John Lennon, musician and social activist, has proven this to be true. Over the decades, Lennon’s songs have resembled reception and empowerment of human rights, and resistance and protest
Oh Canada, don’t forsake the peacemakers Author: MEDEA BENJAMIN Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 10/24/2007 Category: Peace and Conflict News As a U.S. peace activist trying to change the aggressive foreign policies of my government, I have often looked to Canada for inspiration. While Canada’s involvement in