The Asia Peace Innovators Forum will develop a cross-sector transboundary network to promote the growth and amplify the impacts of community-driven, private, initiatives for conflict prevention and peace mediation across the continent. Through workshops, online and traditional media, and high-level contributions at regional and global fora, it will disseminate knowledge and build cross-cultural understanding of Asian-generated approaches and best practices for conflict prevention and peace mediation.

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Salzburg Global Seminar Expands Partnership with Nippon Foundation

Terms agreed for a new program addressing the topics of conflict prevention and peace mediation, and human and planetary health

Change Makers Leadership Program Launches in Nigeria

Students participate in a Salzburg Global-inspired leadership training program

Salzburg Global Fellow Cha Roque Wins Amnesty International Award

Filmmaker recognized as human rights defender bringing impact through their work

Combating Extremism and Promoting Pluralism

The Salzburg Global Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention series publishes new report 

Learning from the Past

Salzburg Global Fellows explore the lessons of genocides and mass violence – both historic and current – in the hope of stopping them in the future.

The Asia We Want - A Clean and Green Asia

Report from the first in new series on regional cooperation in Asia offers innovative solutions to achieve “a clean and green Asia”

Laurindo Garcia - Using Social Media as a Loudspeaker for Activism

Social media expert and LGBT activist on how technology can promote social change

Kolkata Mass Violence and Tolerance Conference Draws on Salzburg Global Expertise

Salzburg Global Fellows and staff attend international conference in India on the prevention of violence and promotion of tolerance

Chadi Bahouth - "Ethnic Minorities Are Still Very Marginalized in German Media"

Journalist talks about the importance of diverse newsrooms

Anida Yoeu Ali - “You Can Have Very Powerful Conversations Without Speaking a Single Word”

Cambodian-American artist explains how her use of movement, humor and brightly-colored structures in public spaces can open wider conversations 
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