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Commonwealth Youth Forum Declaration, Malta, 21-25 November 2015.

Commonwealth Youth Forum Declaration, Malta, 21-25 November 2015: Declaration by the Young People of the Commonwealth.

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AMMAN Youth Declaration On Youth Peace and Security

Global Forum on Youth, Peace and Security: AMMAN Youth Declaration On Youth Peace and Security Adopted in Amman, Jordan on 22 August 2015.

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2015 International Day of Peace Statement

Facing the Challenge of Peace: A shared statement by Peace building organization on the International Day of Peace. 21st September 2015.

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TACKLING AND PREVENTING EBOLA WHILE BUILDING PEACE AND SOCIETAL RESILIENCE: Lessons and Priorities for Action from Civil Society in Ebola-affected New Deal Countries

TACKLING AND PREVENTING EBOLA WHILE BUILDING PEACE AND SOCIETAL RESILIENCE:
Lessons and Priorities for Action from Civil Society in Ebola-affected New Deal Countries

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2015 Community Peacebuilding Conference

His Royal Highness, Dr. Godwin Ngbede Onah (right), CSDEA Executive Director, Theophilus Ekpon (middle) and His Royal Highness Gabriel Gbanongun Shosum at the 2014 Benue State Peace Dinner.

Some Delegates at the December 2014 Benue State Peace and Development Conference

Managing Conflict Between Farmers And Pastoralists In Benue State, Nigeria – Ephraim Gbaka

Conflicts between pastoralists and farmers are not restricted to Benue State, Nigeria. These conflicts occur in several other sub-Saharan Africa Countries

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Mediating – Trauma Considerations for Peace and Reconcialition-Wendy Wood, PhD

An ancient adage reflecting the ways in which we gain wisdom states that we learn through noble reflection, the simplicity of imitation, and the bitterness of experience. This is particularly true when we work with those who have been affected by war, violence, natural disaster and the many traumatic experiences that surround our world.

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Restorative Justice In The Neighborhood Courts Of San Francisco, California – Susan Stone

A man is arrested for beating his wife. A woman is arrested for stealing clothing from a store. A neighbor slashes the car tires of another neighbor. A student sets a school on fire. A drug user destroys public property and has no memory of it. These are but a few of the 650 Criminal cases that have come before the Neighborhood Courts of San Francisco this year.

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