Blog "First Steps for Peace"

Baby's first steps in a shallow pool of water. © Keki | Dreamstime Images

Blog "First Steps for Peace"

Blog “First Steps for Peace”

Welcome to the ECPC blog, "First Steps for Peace", features global experts, including youth leaders, who share their knowledge and experience on topics relevant to violence prevention and peace promotion through the transformative power of early childhood development.
UNICEF holiday greeting card "Joy to the World". Photo by Rima Salah.
January 3, 2021

In solidarity, we can bring joy to the children of the world in 2021!

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Support the Arab Network for Early Childhood Development poster. © Copyright 2020 Original artwork by Rawane Issa
September 16, 2020

The girl from Beirut: An open space for childhood in a hostile environment

My poster story (See also on Medium, ECPC)
Young boy launches paper ship in a pool of water.
November 29, 2018

ECPC launch away at!

It is an honor and a privilege to announce to the world community, the launch of, the virtual home of the Early Childhood Peace Consortium (ECPC)
September 25, 2018

"Let us all become global citizens & activists!" Reflections on the UN Nelson Mandela Peace Summit

“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children. ” —Nelson Mandela (1918–2013)  
Alejandro Diaz Oramas sits at the entrance to the Yale School of Medicine. © NS Fallon
October 1, 2015

GHLI Forum for Change: Navigating the 'Ecology of Peace' framework - Colombia

As part of a student exchange program between the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) (USA) and Fundacion Saldarriaga Concha (Colombia), Alejandro Diaz, BA, describes his experiences as having been a “great opportunity to take a leap forward to creating a new paradigm for understanding Peace.
Chanel Marin proudly stands in front of Fundacion Saldarriaga Concha.
October 1, 2015

GHLI Forum for Change: Children & familes in fragile contexts - Colombia

As part of a student exchange program between the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) (USA) and Fundacion Saldarriaga Concha (Colombia), Yale MPH candidate, Chanel Marin, shares her experiences that focused on children and families living in fragile contexts.


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