Peace in Mali expected soon

Peace in Mali expected soon

A blog by Boubacar Issa Traoré, director Peace One Day Mali. Since 2012, after the military putsch which overthrew President Amadou Toumani Touré, Mali has fallen into a social and political crisis. Northern Mali has become the scene of heavy fighting between the army...
Our escape to Sinjar mountain

Our escape to Sinjar mountain

Brahim Khudeda 21 years old, Qadia Camp We were thinking about how to live, how to pass our days … We never hated anyone and didn’t hurt anybody. Everything changed in one night. Before that sad night, we had heard about ISIS and what they were doing to people...
Zimbabwe: give the youth a voice

Zimbabwe: give the youth a voice

A blog by a guest editor from Zimbabwe, Crab Nhari (pseudonym). Zimbabwe is a country in Southern Africa which gained independence from colonial rule in 1980. It has a population of around 15 million, 52% being females and 48% males. The population is young, around...
Let’s turn back the Doomsday Clock

Let’s turn back the Doomsday Clock

The symbolic Doomsday Clock is set at 100 seconds to midnight, where midnight represents humanity obliterating itself. According to the statement of the president and CEO of the Science and Security Board Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Rachel Bronson, there are...
Nonviolence is a superpower

Nonviolence is a superpower

Abdullah Zankeh (Francois, 1991), lives in Turkey and writes about Syria, 20 May 2020 This is a call for peace from Abdullah Zankeh (Francois). He lived in Syria and was victim of a violent kidnapping. His life goal is to achieve peace through nonviolent means. The...