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Identity-Based Conflict

“One Nation under God” Campaign to Build Community Resilience ahead of the 2017 Balloting in Kenya
Kenya Campus Peace Forum Highlights Values to Counter Radicalization

Identity-based conflict has its roots in limited, often adversarial conceptions of human community. In the twentieth century, identity-based divisions led to genocidal violence and grave human rights abuses.

The Global Peace Foundation in its field activities in fifteen nations, in its educational initiatives, and in its regional and international conferences and conventions affirms the common bonds and identity of all people, regardless of ethnicity, religion and nationality, as members of One Family under God.

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With our growing partnerships and networks in 24 countries, we've impacted lives and communities with our unique models of peacebuilding and development. Here is a snapshot of what we accomplished in 2016. Looking forward to even greater advances to peace in 2017.

Published on 09/01/2017

Stakeholders Advance Coordinated Efforts to Prevent Election Violence

Published on 26/09/2016

Deep-seated religious divisions between Muslims and Christians were brought to the forefront after the 2011 elections drove many residents and businesses from Kaduna state.

Published on 20/09/2016