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Bustin Police Myths

by Ayush Joshi on November 24, 2016

Around 67% of Nepali citizens don’t trust the police. A new reality show could change that.

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Divided We Fall, But Bland Calls For Unity Won’t Cut It Either

by Shamil Idriss on November 12, 2016

The 2016 election highlighted divisions that run deep in American society. Here’s what you can do to help bridge them.

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The Woman Bringing Boko Haram Wives Back To Their Families

by Siobhán O'Grady on November 4, 2016

Our own Fatima Askira speaks about her inspiring work to reintegrate Boko Haram wives into Nigerian society.

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From Attacker to Arbitrator: One Man’s Journey to Peace

by Sven Richters, Darren Whetstone on October 28, 2016

Aimable was seeking vengeance. Instead, he found the ability to inspire Congolese youth to build peace.

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Seeking an end to violence, a schoolteacher becomes a mediator

by Search - Burundi on October 21, 2016

Dorothee felt powerless, until she attended Search – Burundi’s training on conflict mediation.

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Lena’s 15 Years of Service

by Shamil Idriss on October 12, 2016

This week we recognize the 15-year mark of Lena Slachmuijlder’s employment at Search for Common Ground.

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To achieve reconciliation in Sri Lanka, trust in youth

by Sankini De Silva & Darren Whetstone on October 5, 2016

When his favorite neighborhood event was canceled because of senseless violence, young peacebuilder Sanjaath Nazeer took it upon himself to fix it.