How to connect the three most important challenges of the 21st century

A blog post by Christoph Jaschek. This article highlights the three most important challenges of the 21st century – Human Rights, Sustainable Development and nuclear disarmament – by offering three different perspectives of how to link them. This systemic approach, which enables us to look closer into the interdependencies of the three topics, can be …

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Call for Youth Initiatives

The IPBYN is still looking for contributions for the 2nd IPB Barcelona Peace Congress in October 2021! Organizations and peace activists from every part of the world are warmly invited to submit their proposals unti Mid-March. We are also looking for skilled Youth speakers at the Congress. For more information on the Congress, visit ipb.org. …

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Radioactive Peace

A blog post by Fateme Fazel The desirability of peace is as clear as day for everyone, but if we dig deeper into its definition, different points of view emerge. Some believe it is simply the absence of war but some say that realizing peace brings with itself concepts like economic development, ethnic, racial and …

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IPBYN Webinar: Black Hope & Futures

February, 22nd 2021 at 10 am EST (4 pm CET) Centring black voices and stories over white violece, this webinar brings together stories of hope from black activists around the world working on disarmament, tax justice and political organising. Join Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, Vannary Kong, Co-Founder The World is Watching, and Sinegugu, SACCAWU/COSATU, South Africa, …

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We want YOUth!

Open Call for Contributions From October, 15th to 17th 2021, the International Peace Bureau will hold its 2nd IPB World Peace Congress in Barcelona. Dedicated especially to the Youth, to young speakers and young participants alike, the IPBYN calls on peace-related Youth Organizations from around the globe to contribute with an event, workshop or activity …

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#HumanRightsDay Blog Relaunch: Call for Contributions

In honor of Human Rights Day, we are relaunching our blog. If you are a young person interested in peace and human rights, we want to hear your thoughts! Our goal to include as many voices from our global community and network as possible and spark discussion around issues of peace, disarmament and human rights. …

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Webinar on Civil disobedience against state sanctioned violence and police brutality

46 participants joined us in this online event: Speakers: Annyeli Nascimento, Teachers Union of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Hewa, Student with Hello Future, Iraq Shabbir Lakha, Stop the War Coalition UK, United Kingdom Karlene Griffiths Sekou, Black Live Matters, USA Moderator: Emma Pritchard, International Peace Bureau Youth Network The past few months have seen a …

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IPB Youth statement on the COVID-19 pandemic

In the midst of a global pandemic we are witnessing the continued escalation of conflicts, injustices, and institutional and systemic issues in our societies. The rapid spread and impact of COVID-19 alongside pre-existing crises reveals the misguided focus of our security systems, our dependency on nature and the threat nationalism poses to our global society. …

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Results from the IPB-ITUC World Youth Summit 2019

The international peace movement for future met on the weekend of the global actions of Fridays for Future and the UN’s international day of peace to debate the transformation of our society towards peace, sustainability and justice. The Youth Network is now publishing the recommendations participants developed and the photos taken at the conference. Just …

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“Each time a woman stands for herself, without knowing it, possibly without claiming it, she stands up for all women.”

Each time a woman stands for herself, without knowing it, possibly without claiming it, she stands up for all women. Maya Angelou By Sanja Angelovska, Lead Pioneer at Generations For Peace – Republic of Macedonia I Stand For Myself. Women in peace building do the work that is hardly seen at the surface. In my …

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