My names is Rebecca Winner James. I am a Nigerian. My passion always is to be peace builder towards ending violence on humans in the society. It is a great privilege to be a searcher. If we don't experience war, we will never appreciate the value of peace. Together let us work therefore in promoting more peace than war, violence, hatred etc in our communities. I am and will always be an advocate of peace. Let's give peace a chance. 

Hi, My name is Nancy, I came from Kenya in East Africa,  a country that has over 43 ethnic communities.
We have undergone many forms of conflicts, the most recent being a post election violence 2007/8 that left so many killed and thousands homeless.
my concern right now is the country needs a common ground, a theme that units us all as one. A kind of a nationwide drive with initiatives to tell all of us that we are one.
There has not been major developments towards transforming the 2007/8 structural issues but right now we need unity in order to maintain peace, even if it is negative peace.
Does anyone have an idea how to so this? I will appreciate.
Happy to join the group. Peace

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SHE is a victim of violence & SHE deserves much more than this.
This is a painting by me and I believe that Conflicts and Violence must be ended to create a better world for children like her, and for us.
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Peace Begins with Me!

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Appreciation is Magical !!! Yes or Nah?
Share your thoughts!!!

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How can we ensure that the aftermath of ‪#‎Ferguson‬ will be the cornerstone of a more peaceful American society?

Experts on conflict and race will discuss practical solutions at a special JTS OnAir edition. Join us Tuesday, Dec 16th, at 12pm EST - we'll be taking your questions live!

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Alright friends! International Day of Peace is this month. It’s time we show the world our different outlook and recruit others to join us in ending violent conflict. We came up with a fun way to do it that’s sure to grab attention.

Step 1) Sign the pledge (at www.endviolentconflict.org), then wear a pair of sunglasses all day as a public sign that you did it (yes through work, school, and the shower)
Step 2) Take a picture, vine or video proving you did it
Step 3) Post it on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter with hashtags #SeeItDifferently and #BucketlessChallenge calling out 3 people who you know care about preventing genocide, ending sexual violence, or stopping hate crimes. Challenge them to sign the pledge (at www.endviolentconflict.org) and dare them to complete the sunglass challenge!

If someone asks you why you’re wearing sunglasses in a dark movie theater, tell them: You’re part of Join the Search, a global movement to end violent conflict. The glasses represent your commitment to see beyond people’s race, past actions, or beliefs to their common humanity and to search for non-violent solutions to the world’s biggest problems.
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