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Identity-Based Conflict

Identity-based conflict has its roots in limited, often adversarial conceptions of human community. In the twentieth century, identity-based divisions led to genocidal violence and grave human rights abuses.

The Global Peace Foundation in its field activities in fifteen nations, in its educational initiatives, and in its regional and international conferences and conventions affirms the common bonds and identity of all people, regardless of ethnicity, religion and nationality, as members of One Family under God.

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GPF Chairman and Uganda President GPLC
Kampala, Uganda— Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Uganda hosted the Global Peace Leadership Conference (GPLC) on August 1-2 under the theme, “Moral and innovative leadership: new models for sustainable peace and development.”
Published on 08/08/2018
Members of the Southern Kaduna Peace and Reconciliation Committee working with Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Nigeria for peace in Southern Kaduna held a Dialogue Forum with Security Agencies on May 10 in Kafanchan.
Published on 22/05/2018
In the midst of an ongoing, turbulent election season, some Kenyan youth are taking the lead to display unity beyond political and tribal affiliations to uphold their identity as Kenyans first. 
Published on 28/09/2017