Three events in the late 1980s turned my professional and political life around. They are still relevant today. Not just for me. For you, too.
This blog post is actually a draft of the first chapter of my next book, tentatively entitled, Connecting the Dots, in which i'll try to show how young people are leading the way toward taking peacebuilding, democracy, and social justice to scale.
I increasingly find myself working with students and young professionals who are trying to build a career in conflict resolution and peacebuilding. I often realize that they should start their own initiatives. Here's why.
The World Peace Game is a remarkable tool developed by John Hunter that helps fourth graders produce world peace and have fun at the same time.