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Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is a charity that works nationally and internationally for Peace and non-violent conflict resolution. Our work is made up of projects that evolve to keep pace with contemporary challenges. We focus on young people, offering leadership development, and work with those who are at risk from violence and extremism. We work with women's groups to build their skills, recognising their unique abilities to influence their families and their communities. We help British and British-based citizens who are victims or survivors of terrorism in this country or overseas. Peace and Conflict Resolution Our Unique Contribution The Foundation's reputation and work continues to grow and we undertake many projects internationally, working with other Non-Governmental Organisations. We Chair the European Union's Radicalisation Awareness Network, and we employ a highly skilled in-house team with a professional associate network. In addition, our Peace Centre is privately hired by charities and businesses. For Peace' The Foundation is an independent, non-aligned charity that works for peace. We are not faith or politically based, and we do not pursue causes such as justice or truth. There is no other organisation that takes such a stance. To reduce serious violent conflict (terrorism, political violence, war) we direct our efforts at prevention, resolution and response the before, during and after. It is this coalescence of principles and skills that makes us unique. We campaign only for Peace knowing that conflict is inevitable but violent conflict is not.

       

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Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is a charity that works nationally and internationally for Peace and non-violent conflict resolution. Our work is made up of projects that evolve to keep pace with contemporary challenges. We focus on young people, offering leadership development, and work with those who are at risk from violence and extremism. We work with women's groups to build their skills, recognising their unique abilities to influence their families and their communities. We help British and British-based citizens who are victims or survivors of terrorism in this country or overseas. Peace and Conflict Resolution Our Unique Contribution The Foundation's reputation and work continues to grow and we undertake many projects internationally, working with other Non-Governmental Organisations. We Chair the European Union's Radicalisation Awareness Network, and we employ a highly skilled in-house team with a professional associate network. In addition, our Peace Centre is privately hired by charities and businesses. For Peace' The Foundation is an independent, non-aligned charity that works for peace. We are not faith or politically based, and we do not pursue causes such as justice or truth. There is no other organisation that takes such a stance. To reduce serious violent conflict (terrorism, political violence, war) we direct our efforts at prevention, resolution and response the before, during and after. It is this coalescence of principles and skills that makes us unique. We campaign only for Peace knowing that conflict is inevitable but violent conflict is not.

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  • Fri, January 28 2022, 1:37 PM : RT @FigenMurray: You are doing great work with these workshops. Keep them going.
  • Fri, January 28 2022, 1:34 PM : It's our privilege to offer these workshops and be able to see just how helpful they can be to survivors. If you are in need of our support, either as a victim or a survivor of a recent or past event, then please get in contact via: support@peace-foundation.org.uk
  • Fri, January 28 2022, 1:34 PM : Last night we delivered our ‘Understanding Trauma’ workshop to survivors of terrorism. The session helped make sense of their experience & also gave attendees the tools to have conversations around the subject with friends & family.
  • Thu, January 27 2022, 3:25 PM : Today marks #HolocaustMemorialDay to remember the 6 million Jewish people murdered during the Holocaust. It also marks remembrance of other genocides that followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia & Darfur. We must learn the lessons of history & protect all from any forms of violence https://t.co/fJZL2uLyFe