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Peace Not Pieces Fellowship

Peace Not Pieces Fellowship

Peace Not Pieces fellowship Program cultivates intercultural leadership and peaceful dialogue. United, fellows will break stereotypes, network, mentor, and develop interpersonal skills to show that peace is achievable. For 2 months, fellows will gain a deeper understanding of peace and develop long-lasting partnerships to advocate for peace, human rights, and non-violent dialogue.


The role of fellows includes the following:

  • Take part in a well-constructed curriculum with a mentor and other fellows
  • Respect the code of conduct.
  • Actively participate in the learning platform and regularly respond to emails.
  • Commit to share and involve people of their networks in the dialogue around peacebuilding in their own communities.
  • Collaborate with the mentor and the other fellows to strengthen competencies and unlock their potentials.
  • Complete all weekly assignments before deadlines

Fellows will work closely with staff members from iBuild Africa and other qualified members from partner institutions.

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  • Age (18-35 years old)
  • Africans living in or out of the African continent.
  • Demonstrated previous or current leadership in youth work and activism
  • Highly motivated to work in the peacebuilding field.
  • Devoted to nurture his peers by peace and self development tools.
  • Work towards countering violence and expanding good values
  • Willingness to share the vision and commitment for a follow up strategy.

All successful fellows will receive a certificate and be qualified as Peace Ambassadors .

To apply

Download application form here

Fill out the application form and send it via email to with a subject: Application PNP fellowship.

Deadline: 20th September, 2018

Note that the program will start in 1st of October 2018

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