Geneva Peace Week 2019 starts Monday, November 4th. The Rotarian Action Group for Peace team is excited for our Executive Director, Reem Ghunaim, to present our workshop to several non-profits, diplomats, business leaders, and United Nations representatives. Although we celebrate Peace year round at the RAGFP, we are ecstatic to inspire and collaborate peace action on a special global scale this week. Read on to learn more about Reem’s conference and Geneva Peace Week 2019.

Be Inspired. Get Building. Wage Peace.

Reem Ghunaim, the Executive Director of the Rotary Action Group for Peace, presents How to Build Sustainable Peace within your 

Community. This workshop illustrates the Institute for Econmics and 

Peace’s 8 Pillars of Positive Peace through successful peace projects created by Rotary Clubs all over the globe. During this workshop, you will learn about the eight aspects of Positive Peace and how to implement scientifically-driven strategies into your current and future peacebuilding projects.

After a successful pilot presentation at the Rotary International’s 2019 Conference in Hamburg, Reem was invited to present her wor

kshop and workbook at GPW19. In addition to her invitation, her workbook will be featured as RAGFP member educational resource. 

Through heartfelt stories, clear logic models, and thoughful exercises, this workshop will leave you with the tools and confidence to strategically plan your next successful peace project. 

Click here to learn more and register for Reem’s workshop, “How to Build Sustainable Positive Peace within your Community.”

Geneva Peace Week 2019

Geneva Peace Week emphasizes that each and every person, actor and institution has a role to play in building peace and resolving conflict. It recognizes that peacebuilding occurs in many different contexts and cuts across disciplines and sectors. In this sense, Geneva Peace Week breaks down professional silos in order to enable creative responses to violence, exclusion and insecurity.

Geneva Peace Week is a flagship initiative of the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform in collaboration with the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), and the Platform’s five partners – the Graduate Institute’s Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP); the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF); the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP); Interpeace; and the Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva (QUNO). Geneva Peace Week is also supported by Switzerland.

By the Rotarian Action Group for Peace