Thousands of students, young leaders and experts from over twenty schools, NGOs and government agencies participated in a series of Millennials Peace Festivals hosted at locations across Indonesia since September 2018.
Published on 04/01/2019
In a warmly lit room in Semarang, Indonesia, forty young people chat together with equally warm smiles. On first glance, an observer would not have suspected that the newly made friends actually came together from a variety of faith, cultural, and even language backgrounds.
Published on 01/10/2018
The room is crowded with smiles and as the young people engage in lively conversation, a passing observer would describe he gathering as more of a family affair than a workshop for overcoming religious and cultural differences.
Published on 13/07/2018
Recent violence by extremists in Indonesia in the form of riots and suicide bombings in Mako Brimob Kelapa Dua Jakarta spurred the creation of the Bincang Damai Nusantara (Nusantara Peace Talk), a program organized by young people with Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Indonesia to increase
Published on 29/05/2018
Published on 17/05/2018
Hundreds have benefitted from Life Park Project, a community development program launched by Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Indonesia in 2014 through the collaboration of local citizens and government in Rusunawa Flamboyan, Jakarta.
Published on 22/02/2018
Published on 09/02/2018
Hundreds of people in Indonesia’s greater Jakarta community have contributed to establishing a healthy, educational and fun environment for the whole family in a large low-cost apartment complex housing thousands of residents.
Published on 09/01/2018
In an effort to raise the quality of education for children, Global Peace Foundation (GPF) and partners donated school supplies and technology to a boarding school in Indonesia.
Published on 05/01/2018