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Our Projects

The Foundation’s approach to conflict resolution tackles the root causes before, during and after violent conflict. Our portfolio of programmes and projects therefore deal with the prevention, resolution and response to violent conflict. Our projects are tried and tested, and supported by over 20 years of experience in the field. We retain the intellectual capital gained over these years, and continue to deploy it to counter the risks facing society today.

 

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Survivors’ Assistance Network (SAN)

September 11, 2015 | foundation4peace

Have you or someone you know been affected by an act of terrorism at home or abroad? Do you struggle to find people who understand what you have been through? The ‘Survivors Assistance Network’, run by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, provides free practical and emotional support to individuals and families affected […]

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Holding Difficult Conversations

September 7, 2015 | foundation4peace

Initially designed to help train teachers to fulfil obligations to prevent young people from being drawn into extremism, this project has been adapted for other public service professionals in order to develop confidence and competence in engaging successfully in dialogue. Extreme groups show no sign of abating in their keenness to recruit our young people. […]

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Community Dialogue

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The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace facilitates dialogue within and between communities.  A current example is our work in the Moston and Harpurhey area of Manchester.  This area was, ten years ago, predominantly white British in its demographic.  Over the last seven years, particularly, this community has witnessed a great deal of change. […]

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Extreme Dialogue

Extreme Dialogue

August 28, 2015 | foundation4peace

We are proud to announce the launch of a campaign in Canada called Extreme Dialogue; that aims to get young people, teachers, parents and youth workers across Canada talking to one another about extremists and their messages. The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace embarked upon this exciting project in 2013 and the campaign launch […]

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My Former Life

My Former Life

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My Former Life is a multimedia educational resource that is aimed at people aged from 14-19. It is based around a documentary film that explores and shares the personal stories of four former extremists, or ‘Formers’.  The educational film explores the reasons for which these people decided to become involved in violent conflict, the consequences […]

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THINK

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THINK is a bespoke programme aimed at young people, aged 14–19. It equips them to THINK critically and confidently about their place in society. In the process they develop skills, knowledge, and understanding around core values and beliefs. This allows them to play a positive role in managing conflict. THINK cultivates curiosity, challenges attitudes, breaks habits, and increases […]

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Women For Peace

September 24, 2015 | admin

The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation For Peace believes that mothers and sisters are often unaware of the powerful roles they can play in providing important interventions that can alter a path towards violence. This belief forms the basis of our Women For Peace programme, which looks to train and support marginalised women to become more […]

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