Latest News & Updates

  • Barak Induk Takes a Huge Step Closer to Legal Status
    In 2018, Harapan Maju Village, the official local government of the area, launched a program to bring electricity into Barak Induk. On January 8, 2018, the national electricity ...
  • Congratulations for Graduation!
    Egi Legiatik and Suci Suherni graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education thanks to the generosity of Quakers, particularly New York Yearly Meeting’s World ...
  • PeaceQuest 2018
    PeaceQuest 2018 What is Quaker Peacebuilding? Saturday, April 21 8:30 to 5:00 Peace Potluck, April 21 6:30pm Nashville Friends MeeHng House 530 26th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37209 All ...
  • PeaceWays Spring-Summer 2018 is Here
    A new issue of PeaceWays has arrived – PeaceWays Spring-Summer 2018 This PeaceWays contains annual reports for 2017 from the three Initiatives of Friends Peace Teams, ...
  • PeaceWays Fall-Winter 2017-18 is Here
    Click here to view PeaceWays Fall-Winter 2017-18 This large issue of PeaceWays contains background information as well as project news from several countries for each of the three ...
  • Taste of Empowerment: An Alternatives to Violence Workshop for Resettled Bhutanese
    Jamuna Shrestha was in the US from 17 May to 15 July 2017 for a speaking tour and to work with Bhutanese resettled in the US. She visited Friends Meetings in Cambridge and ...
  • Volunteer Spotlight: Coni Lustenberger
    http://pla.friendspeaceteams.org/index.php/2017/03/29/volunteer-spotlight-coni-lustenberger/...
  • Angry MobPeacebuilding and Election Violence in Eastern Africa
    Some of the largest peace- building efforts, in terms of the numbers of people involved, that AGLI supports, concern elections. When large-scale violence erupted during the 2008 ...
  • Visiting in Indonesia and Philippines 
    An update from FPT-Asia West Pacific: Nadine Hoover and others visited with Nanik and Petrus at Peace Place and neighboring communities in Indonesia, and accompanied Valerie Joy ...
  • US Speaking Tour with Focus on Nepali-Bhutanese Community
    FPT-AWP is pleased to announce that Jamuna Shrestha, a social worker, counselor, and an Alternatives to Violence Project facilitator in Nepal, will be speaking this spring around ...

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