Inclusion

The Catalyst for Change

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Author: | Date: April 2016

“Tell me the facts and I’ll learn. Tell me the truth and I’ll believe. But tell me a story and it will live in my heart forever.” – Native American […]

Film, Truth, and the Pursuit of Peace

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Author: | Date: April 2016

Film has power as a pathway to peace. In a certain kind of filmmaking, the ends and the means are inseparable; the way that a film is made is reflected […]

Letter from the Editor

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Author: | Date: January 2016

Ending violence and moving forward in the fragile social, economic, and political setting that follow a conflict pose challenges to women and men alike, but also create unique opportunities. We […]

Joining the Storytelling Revolution: Interview with International Storytelling Center President Kiran Singh Sirah

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Author: | Date: December 2015

Last month, BP’s Editor-in-Chief, Jessica Berns talked to Kiran about what storytelling means in today’s world and its potential to unite communities. Jessica: What is storytelling? Kiran: Storytelling is the […]

Stories That Inspire: Asian Peace Activists Share their Hopes, Reflections, and Insights on Peacebuilding

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Author: | Date: November 2015

“Stories impacted me a lot. They nurtured my imagination, my dreams, and my vision. So, I believe listening to stories and telling stories is a great tool for peacebuilding,” declared […]

Secure Women, Secure States

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Author: | Date: March 2014

In a 2008 survey by Global Rights and Partners for Justice, 87 percent of Afghan women respondents reported that they had been abused, almost all by intimate family members, particularly […]

Is Resolution 1325 Making a Difference?

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Author: | Date: March 2014

Recognizing the enormous effects of armed conflict on women and children and women’s role in building peace, the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 1325 in 2000. The resolution […]

A Model National Action Plan in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Author: , | Date: March 2014

The vision of UN Security Council Resolution 1325, adopted on October 31, 2000, is historic: It recognizes women not only as victims of war but also as agents of change […]

The Role of Men in Engendered Peacebuilding

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Author: | Date: March 2014

The term “gender” is usually considered synonymous with “women” when it comes to peacebuilding. In that sense, applying a gendered lens to a peacebuilding activity means taking women’s perspectives into […]

Devotion and Defiance: A Book Review

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Author: | Date: March 2014

Book by Humaira Awais Shahid with Kelly Horan This autobiography is personal and political, as many women’s stories are. Humaira Awais Shahid is a Pakistani activist, journalist, and mother who […]

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