USIP’s Peace Club Starter Kit provides a simple framework to enable students to get organized, get active, and get the word out about peacebuilding.
Students, you can use this Starter Kit to set your own goals and identify ways to directly engage on issues that matter to you.
Think about adding your group to a growing number of Peace Clubs across the country—including high schoolers in Texas working on refugee issues, middle school students in Illinois fundraising for Haitian schools and university students in Virginia educating and mobilizing on campus! Below are just a few examples of groups inspired by USIP resources.
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New Patriots for Peace Club at George Mason University
This new initiative underway at George Mason University (GMU) in Fairfax, Va., seeks to take what the students are learning about conflict resolution in the classroom and turn it into action on campus and beyond.
Chicago Students Use USIP Resources in Teaming Up for Peace
The students at Perspectives Charter Schools in Chicago, Ill., have “Peace Teams” to help them organize activities in their communities to promote peace locally and globally.