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[27 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
<em>PeaceTimes</em> Edition 108. New Openings to Peace

A lot has been cooking behind the scenes since our last issue.
With this first 2011 PeaceTimes we’re serving up three fresh new initiatives: Connection Point, Taking Action, and Generation Peace!

Proudly Presenting Connection Point
by Mary Liepold, Editor in Chief

“The real cause of the trauma facing humans today is the absence of systematic dialogue,” Her Excellency Houda Ezra Nonoo, Ambassador from Bahrain to the US, told me in a Peace X Peace interview. Systematic dialogue among women around the world is our life blood. In light …

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[13 Dec 2010 | No Comment | ]
2010 Women, Power, and Peace Awards

Annually we honor extraordinary women and men on the frontlines of peacebuilding with the Women, Power, and Peace Awards.
We are pleased to announce the 2010 Award Winners!
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Peace Media Award
The Peace Media Award honors a publication, video, radio or television program, investigative reporter, or Internet organization that uses the power of media to inform and inspire civil society to help build cultures of peace.

Awardee: Sheryl WuDunn
In recognition of the influential role Sheryl WuDunn has played in shining a light on women’s …

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[10 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
<em>PeaceTimes</em> Edition 107. Continuity and Transitions

If nothing ever changed, it has been said, there would be no butterflies.
In this issue we rejoice to introduce some heart-fluttering changes at Peace X Peace.
We welcome new leadership, in the person of Kimberly Weichel; new opportunities for Molly Mayfield Barbee and Liora Herman; and new involvement with the Women PeaceMakers Program for Mary Liepold and Alicia Simoni.
In the midst of change, we’re taking the time to ask: What do YOU want to do? Add your Voice to our discussions! Share your most audacious goal. In what ways are you …

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[14 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]
<em>PeaceTimes</em> Edition 106. Power, Politics, Happiness, and Peace

For some, July is the month to celebrate independence.
At Peace X Peace, it’s a time  to focus on interdependent justice, good governance, and peace.

Peace X Peace is a global community. Some of us live in democracies and some of us don’t. Some of us live in democracies that are constituted differently than others. Wherever we live, whatever political parties we support, we all want our voices to be heard, and we all want peace and justice. But that leaves so many more questions than answers!
We’re counting on you, our readers, …