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  Ahead of this years International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and the start of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence, Galaxy4Peace announce the launch of a global campaign, “#IPledge4ZeroVAW” to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls. IPledge4ZeroVAW is a global call to action – requesting on...

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Lagos – Nigeria, 3rd July, Galaxy4Peace is excited to announce her Partnership for Peace Coalition with Peace One Day led by the Jeremy Gilley and Alliance for Peacebuilding under the leadership of Melanie Cohen Greenberg as we manifest actions for World Peace Day through Sustainable Development Goal 17 through the annual Sweat4Peace project in observance of Peace Day....

  Lagos Nigeria – 20, February – In commemoration of World Social Justice Day, we hosted Kirthi Jayakumar of  The Red Elephant Foundation and Dena Mekawi of Style Resilience to a twitter chat to highlight how social justice is an underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations. The twitter chat which took...

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  Lagos Nigeria – 24th May – In observance of the 2017 Children’s Day Celebration, Galaxy4Peace organized a cooking competition at Prudence City College, Yaba where over 100 people showed their commitment to promote peaceful co-existence in Nigeria.   The event titled “Cook4Peace’ Competition brought together students to celebrate unity of all people, promote peace,...

Lagos, Nigeria – 20th May, Galaxy4Peace launched Resolve Siblings Rivalry at the’He Named Me Malala’ movie screening on the 19th of May in observance of the International Day of Families.   The event Annually marked on the 15th of May,this day reflects the importance international community attach to families, and highlights the importance of all caregivers...