Tolerance Is The Key To Peaceful Society

Inclusivity in Myanmar’s peace process means not only the participation of different ethnic and religious groups but of all members of the community. This includes people with disabilities (PWDs) and people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, intersex, queer/questioning and asexual communities (LGBTQA). The JPF is supporting iSchool-Myanmar work in Central Myanmar with these two groups to help increase their engagement in the peace process.   For many years these two groups have been

Can Girls Make The World More Peaceful?

Do women hold the key to society? Much is known about the victimization of women through rape, trafficking, and early unions, but much is yet to be found about how girls may be empowered in conflict configurations to bridge the gap towards peace. I lately conducted research analyzing female peacemaking and found that girls do hold a substantial role in the peace procedure. Nevertheless, this role isn’t long term, unless gender equality is institutionalized through

Further Knowledge about Peaceful and Inclusive Societies

Displacement There was a change in the geography of displacement, with each region facing various challenges in trying to contain violence. Both elderly unresolved disasters and brand new or reignited conflicts in the Middle East and Africa, in addition to increasing violence in certain Latin American nations, contributed to the increased number of refugees, of which 50 percent originated from Afghanistan, Somalia, and Syria, and half were females and kids.    In 2015, sub-Saharan Africa

The Social Actions We Need For The Society

We are all part of society. As a part of it, it is necessary to contribute good things to make it successful and grow more. It is so amazing to live in a better society. Well, do you want to live in a peaceful society? If that is the case, then it is the time to do actions. On the other hand, it is our time to turn our society into a better place. Well,