Video: Monica's Story
Nigeria is Africa's most populous country and evenly divided among Christians and Muslims. Recent attacks by violent extremists, church and mosque burnings, and reprisal killings have taken the lives of more than 20,000 people.
Published on 03/12/2017
Blog: The Story of Ruth Tete
"We want to be able to live like we did in the past before all these conflicts started, where we can freely move around our community without fear, where we can go to our farms and work without the fear of being attacked or even killed..."
Published on 29/11/2017
Published on 06/11/2017
There is something in the stillness of a quiet morning among the trees, in the echoes of an empty cathedral, in the chanting of a monastery and in every place we call our own refuge of spiritual meditation.
Published on 17/10/2017
Faith leaders involved in Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Nigeria's recent landmark One Family under God meeting in Kaduna State were quick to address a recent clash of violen
Published on 01/08/2017
Global Peace Women (GPW) brought together more than sixty women leaders to promote the “Peace begins in the Home” campaign in Nigeria on May 20. Promoting the crucial role women play as peace-builders in the family and
Published on 24/07/2017
News: Nigeria Interfaith Campaign Draws Hundreds of Faith Leaders in Peace and Reconciliation Meeting
One month after the landmark peace agreement between the Fulanis and Kaninkon natives of Kaduna State brokered by Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Nigeria, over one hundred
Published on 19/07/2017
Landmark One Family under God Campaign Meeting Delivers Peace Resolution following Southern Kaduna Killings
Published on 19/06/2017
Through the concerted efforts of stakeholders in the One Family under God Campaign, leaders from seven native districts and the only local Fulani district in the Chiefdom have agreed to end hostilities
Published on 12/06/2017
News: Thousands join Global Peace Foundation Nigeria to Celebrate Unity in Diversity at One Family under God Peace Festival
Over 8,000 Muslims and Christians gathered in a series of Peace Festivals conducted by Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Nigeria in collaboration with community stakeholders in Kaduna State on May 20 and 27.
Published on 31/05/2017