On Peace: Management of Crises in Formal Organizations

Amb. Christiana Jolaoso Ed. 162/ 24.03.2021 Organizations face different issues, ranging from the dwindling of operational responses to project falters, stakeholder confusion, anger and negative vibes. Team members disagree on strategy deployment, and malfunctioning machines slow down production while communication channels break down. Every growing organization has a down-time, and a competitor might just poach […]

Project Young Narrators:Call for Applications

Application Instructions: Welcome… Peacepace Initiative is organizing an exclusive, intensive two-day training on peacebuilding and leadership for young Nigerian leaders/youth in three selected geopolitical zones. The selected training locations are Southwest (Ibadan, Oyo State), Northwest (Kano, kano State), and Northeast (Yola, Adamawa state). Nigeria is a heterogeneous state with multiple tribes, languages, and religions. Clearly, […]

On Peace: The Intentionality of Peace

Amb. Mayokun Adebimpe Ed. 161/17.03.2021 The acquisition and maintenance of peace is an intentional act. Peace does not just exist in a place; instead, it can only be achieved through the intentionality of individuals. The involved individuals or parties must be determined to work towards the common goal—Peace. It is important to note that peace […]

On Peace: The Origin of Peace?

Amb. Tolulope Abimbola Ed.160/10.03.2021 As I create this article, my mind is filled with a lot of worries and thoughts. I massage my temples to relieve my brain, and then I remember I’m to write an article “On Peace.” A question comes up: Does peace come from within or without? And I’m throwing it open […]

On Peace: Youth Engagement in Peacebuilding

Amb. Christiana Jolaoso Ed.159/ 03.03.2021 Youths who live in conflict-ridden societies have a part to play in peacekeeping and peacebuilding. Though it appears many of them lack the intellectual experience or wisdom to promote peace, these young persons have the required vivid vision about peace. Many societies face pluralistic odds, challenges, and barriers that hinder […]

On Peace: A Peace Call

Amb. Olatunji John-Dada Ed. 158/ 24.02.2021 Hello Dear Nigerian, Shall we talk about the recent trends and trials? I mean that of the Northern, Western, and beyond, As they all want to stand aside, Imagine Nigeria a titan itself, A country that denotes peace, Why do we prefer to stay in pieces? Maybe we should […]

On Peace: Ifebuwari

Amb. Odunayo Ojebode Ed. 157/18.02.2021 The month of February is dubbed the month of love or romance, and in the wake of the recently celebrated valentine’s day, this article was written to shed some light on love and its celebration. Love, known as ifẹ in the Yoruba language, is not a strange nomenclature in the […]

On Peace: Ifebuhari

Amb. Odunayo Ojebode 157/18.02.2021 The month of February is dubbed the month of love or romance, and in the wake of the recently celebrated valentine’s day, this article was written to shed some light on love and its celebration. Love, known as ifẹ in the Yoruba language, is not a strange nomenclature in the land. […]

On Peace: Fire Everywhere!

Amb. Mayokun Adebimpe Ed.156/ 10.02.2021 There is a popular song, “Fire on the Mountain” by Bukola Elemide (with the stage name “Asa”). “Fire on the Mountain” was one of my favorite songs while growing up, and it remains a favorite even now that I’m an adult. Conversely, the meaning of this creative work’s lyrics never […]

On Peace: Blue Story

Amb. Mokooreoluwa Kolawole Ed. 155/ 05.02.2021 The movie Blue Story is a tragic tale of friendship between two young boys named Timmy and Marco. The two young boys were from opposing postcodes. Timmy was a shy,  smart, naive, and timid young boy from Deptford, and he attended school in Peckham, where he strikes a friendship […]

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