#ChoosePeace Exhibition, London

Creators of Peace is collaborating with Community Albums and other partners in peacebuilding to encourage people to #choosepeace. Creators of Peace has been invited to contribute images about the role of women in giving leadership for peace in our world today.

Courage calls to courage everywhere

Creators of Peace UK hosted a visit from Iman Al Ghafari and Ola Al Darwish who run Creators of Peace Circles in Damascus, Syria sharing inspiration of how women are supporting one another in the midst of war.

Women Creating Peace

We warmly invite you to join us on Wednesday 9 May 2018 at the IofC-UK centre for a gathering of women peace creators. An afternoon workshop and an evening together will provide an opportunity to introduce the work of Creators of Peace and meet one another around shared concerns for peace in our world.

Stories of Hope from the Middle East - House of Commons event

This will be an opportunity to hear from a small group of grassroots peace-makers from Lebanon and Syria who are associated with the international Initiatives of Change movement. They represent two networks which are working for peace through people finding new perspectives and a change of heart.

Women creating peace: inspire, equip, connect, Oxford (part seven)

You are warmly invited to join an eight-week evening series with women from all backgrounds, ages, cultures who are seeking the opportunity to become more empowered, inspired, and hopeful in our current global climate. Come participate, learn, discuss, grow, share your story, and explore what it means to be a creator of peace in your own lives, families, communities and nations. Part seven focuses on the power of forgiveness.

Women creating peace: inspire, equip, connect, Oxford (part six)

You are warmly invited to join an eight-week evening series with women from all backgrounds, ages, cultures who are seeking the opportunity to become more empowered, inspired, and hopeful in our current global climate. Come participate, learn, discuss, grow, share your story, and explore what it means to be a creator of peace in your own lives, families, communities and nations. Part six focuses on circles of inner listening.

Women creating peace: inspire, equip, connect, Oxford (part five)

You are warmly invited to join an eight-week evening series with women from all backgrounds, ages, cultures who are seeking the opportunity to become more empowered, inspired, and hopeful in our current global climate. Come participate, learn, discuss, grow, share your story, and explore what it means to be a creator of peace in your own lives, families, communities and nations. Part five focuses on listening to others.

Women creating peace: inspire, equip, connect, Oxford (part four)

You are warmly invited to join an eight-week evening series with women from all backgrounds, ages, cultures who are seeking the opportunity to become more empowered, inspired, and hopeful in our current global climate. Come participate, learn, discuss, grow, share your story, and explore what it means to be a creator of peace in your own lives, families, communities and nations. Part four focuses on the qualities and strategies of a peace maker.

Women creating peace: inspire, equip, connect, Oxford (part three)

You are warmly invited to join an eight-week evening series with women from all backgrounds, ages, cultures who are seeking the opportunity to become more empowered, inspired, and hopeful in our current global climate. Come participate, learn, discuss, grow, share your story, and explore what it means to be a creator of peace in your own lives, families, communities and nations. Part three focuses on what builds and destroys peace.

Women creating peace: inspire, equip, connect, Oxford (part two)

You are warmly invited to join an eight-week evening series with women from all backgrounds, ages, cultures who are seeking the opportunity to become more empowered, inspired, and hopeful in our current global climate. Come participate, learn, discuss, grow, share your story, and explore what it means to be a creator of peace in your own lives, families, communities and nations. Part two focuses on circles of concern and hope.


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