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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
Experts advocate changes in teacher training to improve education outcomesBrazil Congress, Dec 6, 2016 | The Parliamentary Front of Education in partnership with the Education Commission of the Chamber of Deputies held the International Seminar
Published on 03/01/2017
Brazil interfaith social forum Sister Petra Silvia Pfaller
Some fifty Brazilian faith leaders, human rights experts and lawmakers collaborated to define a clear platform of common values to address pressing social challenges at a forum in Goiania, Brazil on June 25, organized by Global Peace Foundation Brazil.
Published on 25/07/2016
Four former Central American presidents of the Latin American Presidential Mission visited the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Published on 28/03/2016
For the 30th anniversary of the Esquipulas Accords, several members of the Latin American Presidential Mission gathered together in Washington this week.
Published on 18/03/2016
Five former Latin American heads of state assessed the quality and development of democracy in Latin America and led discussions on civic education and youth engagement at a Global Peace Leadership Conference in Brasília, Brazil on November 12-13, 2015.
Published on 09/01/2016
Five former Latin American presidents attended the 2015 Global Peace Leadership Conference (GPLC), hosted by Global Peace Foundation Brazil (GPF Brazil), within the walls of Darcy Ribeiro Memorial at the University of Brasilia (UnB) on November 12th.
Published on 24/11/2015
Five former Latin American heads of state assessed the quality and development of democracy in Latin America and led discussions on civic education and youth engagement at a Global Peace Leadership Conference in Brasília, Brazil on November 12-13, 2015.
Published on 24/11/2015
 Five former Latin America heads of state affirmed "the quality of democracy in Latin America has improved in the last decades, but it should be reinforced in order to avoid 'ventures' and to put a limit to corruption," according to an El Confidencial report on November 12, 2015.
Published on 20/11/2015
Former presidents of Bolivia, Guatemala, Panama and Uruguay and other speakers advocated  the expansion of dialogue with young people in response to the crisis on values in the educational system in Latin American countries at a forum on November 12, 2015 in Brasilia, Brazil.
Published on 16/11/2015

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