In the Media: allAfrica on "Tanzania: Raila in Zanzibar for Peace Meet, Praises Tanzania for Democratic Transition"
Cord leader Raila Odinga has lauded Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete for steering a credible and democratic leadership transition.Raila emphasised the need to adhere to constitutional term limits for African leaders, during their meeting on Monday.
Published on 20/07/2015
In the Media: QFM Africa's Modern Radio covers President Rupiah Banda expected in Zanzibar for Global Peace Leadership Conference
Fourth Republican President Rupiah Banda is tomorrow expected to leave for Zanzibar to attend the East African Global Peace Leadership Conference.
Published on 19/07/2015
In the Media: Nyasa Times covers "Ex-African leaders to hold peace summit: Malawi's JB expected to attend"
Eight former African presidents are expected to take part in a four-day regional conference on global peace leadership scheduled for Zanzibar later this month, according to a report in Tanzania's IPP Media.
Published on 10/07/2015
"Leave this summit with a resolve be peacemakers in our families, neighbourhood, communities, the state and the country. If each and every one of us resolves to do this, we can rest
Published on 05/02/2015
With partners around the world, the Global Peace Foundation accomplished a great deal in 2014.
Published on 21/01/2015
News: Christians, Muslims and State Leaders Pledge Support for Peace during Upcoming Nigeria Elections
Kaduna, Nigeria –
Published on 08/01/2015
“With the vows that you have all taken today to resist violence in the coming elections, I believe we shall have a peaceful Christmas.
Published on 23/12/2014
News: Forum Draws on Experience of Faith Leaders from Nigeria and Ireland in Cross-Community Engagement
October 31, Belfast | Forty diverse faith and community leaders gathered at the Sakinos Center in Belfast, Northern Ireland for a forum to address the theme ‘Cross-community Engagement: The Role of Faith Leaders in Conflict Resolution and Peace-building.’
Published on 15/11/2014
News: Religious, Traditional and Government Leaders Commit to Continued Cooperation at Kaduna Peace Summit
Kaduna State, Nigeria|
Published on 06/11/2014
In the Media: Nigeria Peace Summit Calls on Moral Authority of Religious Leaders to Secure Peace and Development
A significant summit held in Kaduna, Nigeria drew notable religious and government leaders from around the nation to further develop strategies to cooperatively engage religious leaders and communities in countering extremism and violence with a culture of peace and mutual prosperity on October 2
Published on 31/10/2014