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GLOBAL MOVEMENT FOR A CULTURE OF PEACE

CPNN, the Culture of Peace News Network, is a space where readers exchange information about events, experiences, books, music, and web news that promote a culture of peace. It is a self-sustaining network in which You, the reader, are invited to write a news report and contribute to its discussion, and eventually to become a reporter. CPNN is a project of the United Nations International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World.

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HUMAN
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DISARMAMENT &
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GLOBAL

Subscribe to meet remarkable women activists during 16 Days of Activism

a global annual campaign that brings attention to gender violence and highlights the work of activists all over the world.


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AFRICA

Libreville Pan-African Forum: African Youth and the Challenge of the promotion of Culture of Peace in Africa

The establishment of a dynamic and sustainable network of youth organizations of the African continent as well as of its governing bodies


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ARAB STATES AND MIDDLE EAST

Opening of the first International Women's Congress in Oran, Algeria

it is the women that transmit the values ​​of equality, compassion and cooperation. They should participate in the debate of ideas now to build the foundations of a culture of peace.


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from Arab States and the Middle East.

EUROPE

The role of youth work: Employability, peacebuilding and gender in Europe and beyond

The project ‘Voices of change: Employability, peacebuilding and gender in Europe and beyond’ . . . constitutes a real contribution to the advancement and recognition of youth work in Europe


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EAST ASIA AND AUSTRALIA/PACIFIC

8th International Conference of Museums for Peace

Directors and curators from peace and human rights museums from around the world as well as peace educators, activists, and artists presented their work, engaged in discussions, and forged bonds of friendship and collaboration


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SOUTH AND
CENTRAL ASIA

Building Peace Through Education In Pakistan

this year's Nobel Peace Prize to Malala Youzafzai is a glimmer of hope for building lasting peace in Pakistan through quality liberal education


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LATIN AMERICA
AND CARIBBEAN

Colombia and Mexico: Diploma on Culture of Peace and Forgiveess

education, training and support to train multipliers that sow political culture of forgiveness and reconciliation in their neighborhood, parish, company, school, university and family, working on the advent of peace and progress of communities and individuals.


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from Latin America and Caribbean.

NORTH
AMERICA

USA: Presidential action brings relief from deportation to millions of families

We will identify short, medium, and long-term steps toward migration policies that integrate immigrants as partners, rather than treating them like criminals


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