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A word after a word after a word is power: from Australia to Jordan and back, stories that move us
In “Spelling Poem,” Canadian author Margaret Atwood writes “a word after a word after a word is power.”
The phenomenon of storytelling has...
Feb 13, 2019
Introducing: Arrival Advisor!
Here at the PeaceGeeks Vancouver office, our team has been feverishly working on a mobile app called Arrival Advisor. From design and...
Feb 1, 2019
2018 in Review
A few days before the start of the New Year, I had the opportunity to visit PeaceGeeks HQ in Gastown, Vancouver, to talk with Digital...
Jan 7, 2019
Refugee family reunited after years apart just in time for Christmas
Mohammed Alsaleh arrived in Canada as a Syrian refugee four years ago, at the end of November. He fled Syria in early 2014 and spent most...
Dec 20, 2018
PeaceTalks: Threats to independent journalism as the DRC heads towards its next elections
“It's not a Canada problem or a Congo problem, it’s a humanity problem.” - Babaluku, Congolese Rapper & Rights Activist
Dec 12, 2018
The media needs to diversify its coverage of refugees. And readers need to demand it.
“The media doesn’t do a good job covering refugee stories,” said journalism veteran and Executive Director of the Global Reporting Centre...
Oct 5, 2018
5 Reasons to Participate in our #GiveItUp4Peace Challenge
This October, PeaceGeeks marks seven years in ‘business’ along with our third annual #GiveItUp4Peace challenge.
Sep 26, 2018
PeaceTalk with the White Helmets, two-time Nobel Peace Prize Nominee
It was a full house at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, when three visiting members of Syria’s White Helmets shared stories of...
Apr 30, 2018
Announcing Meshkat Community Peace Awards
peacegeeks.org/peace-awards/ar لمزيد من المعلومات باللغة العربية، يرجى زيارة الرابط...
Mar 19, 2018
الإعلان عن بدء التقديم لمسابقة جوائز التسامح من منظمة عباقرة السلام PeaceGeeks
For information in English, please visit peacegeeks.org/peace-awards
Mar 18, 2018