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Blogging for Peace

Current Peace Story

Korea

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Previous stories of peace builders

Myanmar
From Fairy Tales to Peace
A story about storytellers from Myanmar who develop together with children books about living together peacefully in their ethnically divided society with its long history of conflicts.
Kosovo
Until One Plus One Equals Three
A reportage about Wendy Hassler-Forest and her Rock School in the North of Kosovo contributing to overcoming the inter-ethnic division of the city.
Mali
A caravan for peace.
A story about Manny Ansar defending culture against terrorist radicalization with his caravan for peace.
Lebanon
Culture between borders.
An insight about how Lea Baroudi's Cultural Cafe in Tripoli became a gathering spot for young fighters from both sides of the recent civil war between the Sunni and Alawite population.
Iraq
Create reasons to respect life.
A story about Karim Wasfi and his use of music to combat terrorism in recent bombing locations.
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Stories from conflict zones about people committed to peacebuilding.

An Orchestra to Break 72 Years of Silence

If the populations of two countries but one nation haven't spoken to each other for decades how does one break this silence? When political measures keep failing, can a musical performance challenge the status quo, achieve the unthinkable? Continue reading

Stories of Peace

 

Looking for solutions and visions

 

PeacePrints is seeking positive images and stories of intercultural coexistence across the world and brings to the fore new solutions and images from those regions of the world which we know almost only from negative headlines. PeacePrints finds inspiring peace visionaries and puts them into the limelight.

Impressions of Peace

 

Impressions of Peace

The Blog is dedicated to the space between the portraits; it captures the everyday life of the visited country through snapshots, encounters, coincidences, reflections and questions for the world.

Contact

I look forward to your questions, comments and suggestions.

lea.suter@peaceprints.ch

+41 77 462 59 57 

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