In Uruguay, young people live in difficult homes and school environments ridden with conflict stemming from violence and lack of education. According to UNICEF, about thirty percent of children and teens in Uruguay are bullied at school.
Published on 11/01/2019
Women from ages 18 to 60 participated in a professional development workshop in commemoration of International Women’s Day in Uruguay last March. The workshop was directed by Ms.
Published on 03/05/2018
The women’s division of Global Peace Foundation celebrated the unique contributions that women bring to leadership roles, including empathy, generosity, service, humility, understanding, the willingness to forgive, and bringing unity where there is division and conflict.
Published on 26/02/2018
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Published on 04/10/2017
Extended family environment promotes essential values say diverse women leaders
Published on 05/10/2016
Gallery: Global Peace Women Uruguay Forum Stresses Importance of the Extended Family for Social Cohesion
Published on 04/10/2016
News: Global Peace Women Uruguay Honors Women Leaders at First ‘Living for the Sake of Others’ Awards
Civil society activity in Uruguay has more than doubled in the last decade, with women at the fore of fostering an ethic of service and volunteerism. Reports show that 70 percent of volunteers in Uruguay are women.
Published on 21/06/2016
In the Media: PR Newswire Reports "Central American Leaders Urge Broader Partnerships to Advance Development and Opportunities for Youth"
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 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