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The Trial of Dominic Ongwen
Does anyone still remember Kony 2012? The groundswell of support behind bringing African warlord Joseph Kony to justice will perhaps be...
Sep 21, 2016
The PeaceGeeks Services Advisor App - What It Means For Somali Refugees
Aug 28, 2016
Imagine Being Displaced: How the Services Advisor App Helps Refugees
For all the hand-wringing and consternation about the exodus of refugees out of Syria flooding into Europe, it can sometimes be forgotten...
Aug 13, 2016
Vancouver’s Tech Sector Introduced to Pool of Skilled Immigrants at Networking Event
On July 18, PeaceGeeks co-hosted its first ever tech sector networking event at Unbounce for immigrants new to Vancouver in collaboration...
Aug 9, 2016
Volunteer Spotlight - Alice Neeson
Alice Neeson is a Digital Communications Lead with PeaceGeeks. One of her priorities is managing the social media presence along with...
Jun 28, 2016
Gun Violence, Politics & Social Movements in the US - Is this time different?
By Dylan Waisman
In the wake of America’s largest and most recent mass shooting, the reignition of multiple rights-based movements...
Jun 23, 2016
Aleppo was Bleeding - Time for Peace
A truce in Aleppo has been extended again bringing a cessation of airstrikes by Russian forces. This truce started after an estimated 253...
May 11, 2016
How the media is strengthening ISIS’ cause
It’s no secret that journalism has been hugely impacted by the rise of digital media, and the rate of change in the industry was so...
Apr 29, 2016
Recap of Edward Snowden: Big Data, Security, and Human Rights Talk at SFU
This week, Edward Snowden virtually spoke at SFU’s Public Square on the topic of Big Data, Security, and Human Rights. The discussion...
Apr 9, 2016
Volunteer Spotlight - Vincent
Meet Vincent Tom, our first in-depth Volunteer interview. Vincent has been with the organization since November 2015 and is a member of the...
Mar 30, 2016