Promoting Religious Freedom in Kyrgyzstan

Our Kyrgyzstan team is working with the judiciary and civil society organizations to improve religious freedom in the country.

Youth led research

Youth-led Research

What happens when young peacebuilders become researchers? Learn more here!

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The EU-funded FURSA project aims to improve the social and economic inclusion of youth in refugee and host communities in Lebanon, Iraq, and Turkey. The project provides access to livelihood opportunities, training on basic economic skills, support for the participants’ psychosocial well-being, and occasions to build understanding and […]

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Aswat Faaela is a 30-month project aiming to develop the social leadership skills of young Syrians and Lebanese and give them a voice in the national and international discourse about peacebuilding. It supports emerging leaders as they build trust by working together to find solutions to community issues. […]

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With funding from the US Embassy, we have started the second phase of our Rainbow of Hope project. The goal of this initiative is to bridge the social and educational divides between Lebanese and Syrian children aged 6-11. Through co-education, Rainbow of Hope encourages children to develop respectful […]



Studies have shown that video games impact behavioral patterns. Their effects can be both negative and positive — from triggering aggression in the player, to increasing dexterity, empathy, and cognitive skills. So… why not use them to inspire peace? That is the thinking behind Cedaria: Blackout, a 3D […]


Funded by the Swiss Embassy in Beirut, our new Social Leadership Council project aims at stimulating the engagement in peacebuilding of the Lebanese private sector. The project will increase awareness of how the private sector in Lebanon can contribute to peacebuilding and strengthen working relationships between the private […]