During our June “Innovating in Challenging Times” peacebuilding leadership gathering at Point of View (POV), the National Peace Academy and others in attendance agreed to gather at several of the annual peacebuilding and conflict resolution conferences – as an opportunity to reconvene and engage more folks across the country. In…
As part of our historic partnership with S-CAR, Point of View and our shared mission to bring together and better support the many people doing peacebuilding work in the United States, in June 2017 we collaborated with others to host an intimate gathering of peacebuilders in Mason Neck, VA, to…
On March 19, 2017, the National Peace Academy and over 40 other interfaith and civil society organizations partnered with the San Francisco Bay Area's Muslim Community Association and American Muslim Voice Foundation, who  hosted the event, to show solidarity with the Muslim community and with all faith-based, ethnic, and immigrant…
A Mohonk Consultations Public Forum Sunday, April 9, 2017, 3pm-6pm, New Paltz, New York The forum will feature the following speakers: İlgű Őzler, Director of SUNY’s Global Engagement Program in NYC, and President of the UN Association Mid-Hudson Valley, will discuss crisis points in the world and regionally where difference…
Are you passionate about building peace in the United States? Do you have experience and expertise in fundraising? Beginning in 2017, we are focusing our programmatic resources on addressing issues of violence head on.  Addressing not just the obvious violence we see every day, but the deep systems, structures, and…
NPA founder, trustee, past president, and board member Dot Maver is giving the keynote address at the Mohonk Conference, Realizing a Culture of Peace, November 7, 2016, at Mohonk Mountain House Parlor in New Paltz, NY. The Conference will explore: How can we create a just and sustainable society that…
Tuesday, 04 October 2016 20:36

Chicago Peace Talk and Walk on 9/11

On September 11, 2016, NPA founder and peace journalist Robert Koehler spoke at the Peace Walk & Talk in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood, held in commemoration of the 15th anniversary of 9/11. Bob’s report:
On September 29, 2016, Robert Koehler, nationally syndicated columnist and self-proclaimed peace journalist, shared his reflections on what it means to be a peace journalist, what drew him to that calling, and the role of peace journalism in healing divisiveness of our nation.  Bob says, "We can't report the truth…
Thea, from the U.S., at a panel about inspirational global movements for changeAs our Global Youth Rising group sat this week, coming together after the events in Nice and the coup in Turkey, we pondered what the response could be from a group of people doing the work to create…
As a Global Youth Rising participant from Scotland noted during a time of sharing our stories within small groups, “conflict is so pervasive, and yet we neglect it”. This theme seems to run through our time together here in Romania. There are many things we know we will encounter in…
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