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Bangladesh: Photo contest

Bangladesh: Photo contest What Happened Inviting young talents from across Bangladesh, MasterPeace Club of Bangladesh organized an International Photo Contest 2017. 540 photographers submitted around 6008 photos to take part this competition under 5 different themes: Peace in General, Open color, Nature, People, and Social Co-existence. Jury board comprised of Merijn Roubroeks. Mirjam: Honoured, photographers …

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MasterPeace global: Let’s colour walls of connection

MasterPeace global: Let’s colour walls of connection MasterPeace and AkzoNobel have reached the milestone of creating 100 “walls of connection” in more than 30 cities this year. The 100th mural was painted this week at the AkzoNobel education center in Badshahpur, Gurgaon, India. The partnership was announced with the first mural in Rotterdam, the Netherlands …

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Nepal: Youth conference

Nepal: Youth conference What happened A seminar was organized on “UN SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 2250 ON YOUTH, PEACE AND SECURITY (UNSCR 2250) AND IMPORTANCE AND ACHIEVEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE PEACE AGREEMENT”. This seminar was conducted at (Nepal Tourism Board) Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu. Many dignitaries were invited to enlighten and inspire youth with the knowledge they have about …

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Afghanistan and Pakistan: Share much more than borders

Afghanistan and Pakistan: Share much more than borders Pakistan and Afghanistan have long shared a history of falling victim to senseless acts of political and religious violence. In celebration of the International Day of Peace this year, MasterPeace clubs in both countries banded together for concerts preaching the values of peace and acceptance across national …

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Nepal: Building schools

Nepal: Building schools “It’s a rural area so really difficult to school construction materials. The Transportation, but worth it” Santosh Bidari, MasterPeace Nepal club leader & Project Manager of re-building the school For the Past Twelve Years, Santosh Bidari has been driven by his passion to bring together people regardless of faith or cultural background. …

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