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Global Peace Volunteers

Global Peace Volunteers

A Global Peace Foundation project in:

Global Peace Volunteers (GPV) is a global youth-based network of young leaders representing the diversity of the human family, as well as all disciplines of human endeavor.

They stand on the common ground of shared principles and are committed to the path of reconciliation, overcoming barriers, and building sustainable peace.

The undergraduate program fosters a culture of altruism, volunteerism and inclusiveness that transcends religion, race and nationality. 

 

Latest News

Global Peace Foundation Indonesia concluded its 30th Global Peace Volunteer camp in mid-October in West Java, Indonesia. Twenty-four select young leaders participated in the unique three-day training program that provides hands-on leadership training.
Published on 19/10/2016
“As part of the largest generation of young people the world has ever known, you can help realize this transformative vision.
Published on 16/10/2016

Project Details

Mission: The program in Malaysia, Indonesia and Nepal cultivates qualities of character that contribute to the enhancement of families and communities, and equips future leaders with the skills and vision necessary to inspire positive change. GPV encourages students to pursue personal excellence through challenging one’s limitations and using their capabilities for the betterment of the global community. 

The program seeks to: 

  1. Inculcate a culture of selfishness and volunteerism among youth for positive social change and a peaceul world. 
  2. Nurture virtues and positive character that improve their personal growth and contribute to the enhancement of their families and communities. 
  3. Foster an environment of acceptance and unity that transcends religion, race, and nationality. 
  4. Equip future leaders with the skills and mindsets necessary to inspire change in the community. 

Activities:  A signature project of GPV is the Global Peace Volunteer Camp designed to provide a platform for undergraduate students to exchange ideas and experience volunteerism and multiculturalism. The camp’s module is comprised of character-building activities, team building games, and self-reflection exercises to cultivate participants’ core values.