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BANGKOK, June 21, 2018— Global Peace Foundation (GPF) and the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) officially announced an ongoing shared partnership in continuing efforts to engage youth leaders in an innovative, values-based approach to peacebuilding.
Published on 05/07/2018
A young Tanzanian woman sat upright in her desk, balancing a pencil in one hand and her precious wiggling baby in the other, watching intently as volunteer teachers pointed to letters and numbers on the classroom blackboard.
Published on 19/06/2018
APPDSA forum participants hold SDGs
“Moral and innovative leaders have an impact because they understand who they are and how they succeed through others,” said Leonard Faustino, Director of Youth Development Programs for Global Peace Foundation (GPF) in the Philippines.
Published on 31/05/2018
Recent violence by extremists in Indonesia in the form of riots and suicide bombings in Mako Brimob Kelapa Dua Jakarta spurred the creation of the Bincang Damai Nusantara (Nusantara Peace Talk), a program organized by young people with Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Indonesia to increase
Published on 29/05/2018
"I am proud to be a part of Global Peace Youth because I get the opportunity to serve my community while practicing my leadership skills." —Xuan-NhiXuan-Nhi, a student at the University of Washington, is a long-time member of Global Peace Youth, the youth div
Published on 23/04/2018
The youth division of Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Korea partnered with KISSA (Korean International Student Services Association) to bring together students and young leaders in an international Peace Ambassadors program to explore the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) dividing North and South Korea.
Published on 20/04/2018
Every year, the International Young Leaders Assembly (IYLA) attracts more than a thousand university students, young professionals, and globally significant leaders over 10-days of interactive p
Published on 18/04/2018

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