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[15 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
<em>PeaceTimes </em> Edition 105. Dads and Other Men Building Peace

It’s June, so we’re shining the light on fathers and other male partners in peacebuilding.
The other half of the human race is joining the peace team, ladies, in impressive numbers. They’re alive, human, imperfect, just as we are, but they all represent progress in one of the Pillars of Peace. We invite you to learn more about the work men are doing for peace.
Has your father or another man inspired you to build a more peaceful world? Tell us about it!

The Guys Get It! Men Who Build and …

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[4 May 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
<em>PeaceTimes </em> Edition 104. Mothers, Mentors, and Heroes

May is the month for mothers―and peace. Beneath the cacophony of advertising for roses and restaurants lies what really matters.

Who are your heroes? What words of wisdom have you received, made your own, and shared with others? And how will you observe Mothers Day this year? We look forward to your comments on each of the three feature articles below. Happy May, and Happy Mothers Day!

Wisdom across the Generations
At Peace X Peace we believe this out-of-whack world will tilt toward sanity when enough of us share what we know in …

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[6 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
<em>PeaceTimes </em> Edition 103. Peace Is Green

It’s April, the month of Earth Day, and we are proud to dedicate this issue of PeaceTimes to Mother Earth.
Like Mother Earth, we at Peace X Peace are always changing. You’ll notice a new format for this issue, designed to provoke and showcase your responses. Be sure to click to read the three feature stories and share your valuable perspectives. As we like to say, peace needs YOUR voice, and this is your place to contribute it.

Green Jobs: Women and the Birth of Earth-Care
This earth, …

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[8 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
<em>PeaceTimes</em> Edition 102. Beijing + 15, MDG – 5: What Have We Gained?

By Mary Liepold, Editor in Chief
Here I go again, taking on another vast, global topic, from one generalist’s limited perspective, in an informal essay just a few pages long. The better to invite YOUR diverse perspectives, my dears! I’m opening the conversation, noting what strikes me on a too-quick survey of available information, omitting volumes, and anticipating full, formal reports that will be coming out later this year. Read, react, add, correct, and talk back, please.
I do have my nerve―but then so do the United Nations and its member states. …