The Global Peace Women Uganda Mentorship Program, implemented by the women’s division of Global Peace Foundation(GPF), is an ongoing program that teaches peacebuilding, self-help, personal development, and other leadership skills to young school aged girls. This program was created by S
Published on 24/05/2018
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
News: Women Are Our Mothers, Wives and Daughters: Global Peace Women Address #MeToo Movement in Korea
The women’s division of Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Korea brought together more than sixty women leaders from diverse backgrounds for a forum on March 21 in Seoul, under the theme of “Eradicating Sexual Violence With Our Strength." The forum rides on the wave of the Me Too movement, w
Published on 25/04/2018
GPW Korea President Mihwa Kim speaks to women at Korean Dream workshop
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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
Twenty teenage girls had the opportunity to learn about their value system for life with the support of their foster family through a program initiated by the women’s division of Global Peace Foundation (GPF) called, “Building Values in the Foster Home” in Paulina Luisi and Inmaculada C
Published on 15/02/2018
Responding to the pressing need for accessible education for women, the women’s division of Global Peace Foundation partnered with Service for Peace to open the Global Peace Women Education Center at Bhairabee Secondary School in Dhading District, Nepal on October 31, 2017.
Published on 30/01/2018
“It is possible to establish healthy and stable families when combining the strengths of men and women to harmonize and complement each other. If the family is unstable, it affects social stability.”—Dr. Junsook Moon
Published on 23/01/2018
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