There is no silver bullet for ending conflict; meaningful change requires people working at all levels to disrupt the status quo.
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Building Peace One Teenager At A Time

Building Peace One Teenager At A Time

Jan 12, 2015-- At times, it seems as if world peace is an impossible dream. Every evening, our television screens bear witness to the violence that invades our societies. And yet, we never lose faith that someday we might once again find our way. Efforts like Seeds of Peace give us reason to believe we can still transform our world. This initiative brings children together from conflict zones across the globe and helps them see each other and their differences in a new light. Now their first generation of alumni are leaders in their own communities and helping to build peace. Read more to learn how little seeds can help to transform this world. (4486 reads)


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Take ActionThe next time you are caught in conflict, take time to pause before you react. Remember, when we listen to the hearts of others -- our hearts can be heard, as well.



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