“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

Mainstream and social media are constantly flooded with despondent stories of conflict and war around the world. Yet, while it is crucial to report on these tragedies, the stories of local peacemakers and activists are often left untold. The stories of ordinary citizens, who brave all odds in search of building peaceful communities, often never reach the newsrooms of influential media agencies.

Peacemaker 360 is a non-profit working to disrupt this negative pattern by telling the stories of resilience and courage of ordinary people working for peace in their communities and around the world. By so doing, we hope to inspire, connect, amplify activism for peace and justice around the world.

We believe that these stories matter to restore the dignity of people in places affected by conflicts and shape transformative peace narratives. We are a 501 c(3) and receive tax-deductible donations in support for our work. Thank you for considering giving any amount to help us reach more peace activists and share their stories of resilience. Thank you.

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Migration is an act of courage

Article by Wendy Vado, the Connecting Peoples Coordinator for Mennonite Central Committe (MCC) Nicaragua and Honduras. Migration is complicated and stories of migration, like their

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Our Mission

Promote transformative peace narratives through peacebuilding information and education.

Our Vision

Inspire, connect, and amplify global peacebuilding efforts with local stories.

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Every day, people suffer and lives are destroyed because of war. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

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