Tuesday, 08 May 2012 08:47

Push4Peace: A Global Call to Action

Over the past few decades, there has been an exponential growth of peacebuilding efforts quietly emerging around the world. This emergence has spread over multiple sectors of society and across a continuum ranging from inner to international peace. Examples include growing interest in and practice of meditation, mind-body medicine, nonviolent…
On April 24, 2012 the NPA co-sponsored and participated in a special public form in NYC on the topic of “Confronting Modern Slavery: Prosecuting Sex Traffickers.” Tony Jenkins, NPA Vice President for Academic Affairs, facilitates a dialogue group to help generate citizen actions towards prosecuting sex traffickers.The sold-out event sought…
The National Peace Academy is co-sponsoring the upcoming event: CONFRONTING MODERN SLAVERY: PROSECUTING SEX TRAFFICKERS Tuesday, April 24, 2012 Marymount Manhattan College 221 East 71st St., NYC 5:30 pm refreshments 6:00 – 8:30 pm program Today, the trafficking of men, women and children is an egregious crime against those enslaved…
We are off to a great start towards meeting our 2012 financial goals with the gift of a $40,000 challenge grant from the Biosophical Institute. Meeting the challenge of this matching grant is very doable! Every two dollars you give will be matched with one grant dollar. Please consider giving…
The Fifth Summit of the Global Alliance for Ministries and Departments of Peace was held last week in Cape Town, South Africa. Thanks to a generous donor, the National Peace Academy sent two representatives to learn and share their perspectives and experiences with peace education and peacelearning through the National…
PPI Alumni, Barbara Mallin, organizes events The events, initiated by NPA alumni, Barb Mallin, will be bringing to Ohio, Captain Paul Chappell, director of the Peace Leadership Program for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. Author of two books, including The End of War, Capt. Chappell continues to tour the country…
NPA’s edu-learner faculty, Arthur Romano is the first National Peace Academy and Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence Teaching Fellow at Case Western Reserve University. In Fall 2010, Arthur offered two courses in the undergraduate SAGES program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland. According to the CWRU…
The Second Regional Summit of the AAP was held 22-25 October 2010 in Abuja, Nigeria. Hosted by the Nigeria Alliance for Peace, the theme of the Second AAP Summit was “Building Institutional Capacities and Partnerships for a Culture of Peace.” The African Alliance for Peace was inspired by and is…
In October 2010, National Peace Academy President Dot Maver, who also serves on the Board of Directors of the Nicholas Roerich Museum in NYC, traveled to Moscow with Aida Tulskaya, Assistant Director of the Museum. There, at the State Museum of Oriental Art, they participated in the 75th Anniversary Summit…
In October 2010, the National Peace Academy was a co-sponsor of the first International Peace and War Summit organized by the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University. Director of the center, Shannon French explained, “at most academic conferences, scholars within a select field who…
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