Rise to Peace
Although we live in dangerous times, rife with both international and domestic terrorism, there is hope and there is a clear path towards peace – that road is education and Rise to Peace helps to build that path one person at a time.
Our Recent Work
By Arman Sidhu / August 11, 2020
Among the institutions most affected by Afghanistan’s incessant conflict over the past four decades, few have endured as much damage... Read More
By Ahmad Mohibi / August 10, 2020
Originally published at The Diplomat At long last, the Afghan government and the Taliban are ready to start their long-delayed peace... Read More
By Cameron Hoffman / August 7, 2020
Editor's Note: Rise to Peace Research Fellow Cameron Hoffman has a close connection with Beirut, Lebanon. He spoke with some... Read More
By Arman Sidhu / July 28, 2020
Since the start of the 21st century, the world economy’s reliance on remittances has risen sharply as globalization enabled growth... Read More
By Cameron Hoffman / July 23, 2020
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Lebanon experienced massive protests calling for a new government in response to declining economic opportunities amongst... Read More
By Jack Ryan / July 21, 2020
It is often surmised that modern conflict is characterized by a steady decline in inter-state warfare and increased conflict perpetrated... Read More
By Jack Ryan / July 20, 2020
The period following the United States-Taliban agreement has provided an opportunity for the U.S. to examine its Responsibility to Protect... Read More
By Anja Apfel / July 16, 2020
On February 29, 2020, the United States and the Taliban signed a peace agreement, widely referred to as the ‘Doha... Read More
By Arman Sidhu / July 7, 2020
After enduring what may be considered one of its most violent years, the West African nation of Burkina Faso has... Read More
By Arman Sidhu / July 2, 2020
At first glance, a chart depicting Afghanistan’s annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures since 2001 could be characterized as a... Read More
Our frontline research and informed analysis
unravels the grassroots causes of terrorism and extremism so that we can
offer actionable prevention strategies.
We implement localized educational projects
available to all members of civil society that focus on objectives of
kindness, rather than division and hate.
We gather renowned experts at high level
discussions to share knowledge on the best practices to prevent
extremism and terrorism with the public.
We provide opportunities to people of diverse
backgrounds to connect with each other, exchange ideas, and collaborate
to counter the universal scourge of terror.
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