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08/16/2016 - In a World of War, These Funders Want More Women Making Peace News From Inside Philanthropy: Sue-Lynn Moses Credit: U.S. Department of Education via Flickr (CC BY 2.0) Former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan once said, “For generations, women have served as peace educators, both in their families and in their societies. They … Continue reading

07/22/2016 - Request for Applications for the CultureStrike Climate and Environmental Justice Literary Fellowship Grantee News From CultureStrike: Request for Applications for the CultureStrike Climate and Environmental Justice Literary Fellowship Seeking journalists, nonfiction writers, and poets to develop stories and reporting projects related to climate change and migration Application Deadline: August 15, 2016 About … Continue reading

Update From The Foundation

Topic: Peace Is Possible: Include Women It can be hard to read the newspaper or listen to the news these days. The devastating human costs of conflict are more apparent than ever, as families are fleeing their homes due to civil war, violent extremism, and militarized … Continue reading

Topic: Seeds of Transformation The feeling of many forecasters is that 2016 will be a year in which fear and anxiety compete with vitality and innovation as the dominant trends. Will suspicion and distrust, fear of new migrants and the securitization of policy and … Continue reading