Who we are
The tragic images in the news of civilian victims in wars contribute to our effort to prevent wars and to solve them diplomatically. We also find inspiration in other – positive – ways.
The poster of Loesje International ‘Whatever is playing in a country, let it be the children’’ and the remark of an employee of UNICEF that Syrian refugee children were very quiet in a refugee camp, stress the need for it and are a source of inspiration.
- Amaryllis Fox, undercover CIA officer stresses the importance of listening to your enemy. Former CIA Officer
- Dad Angel Le explains to his son Brandon the power of flowers and unity after a terrorist attack.. Dad Angel Le explains to his son Brandon
- The United Nations formulated seventeen inspiring goals (Sustainable Development Goals) for a better world. No poverty, no hunger, and peace are some of these goals. Click here. Click here for the Sustainable Development Goals
That is why Peace SOS advocates ‘a world in which all children can play’.
Board and advisors
The mission of Peace SOS is to stimulate peace and human rights and to combat poverty. We love to contribute to a better, more peaceful and fairer world for all. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is an important guideline for us.
The mission of Peace SOS comes first. The promotion and contribution to peace, human rights and combatting poverty.
Peace SOS is glad to cooperate with partners with roots in other countries. Local people know their culture and situation best. Burundian Women for Peace and Development cooperate to do what we can to prevent war in Burundi.