||21 Sep 2016
||The Treaty on Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space
||Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space, ISCOS
||The Treaty on Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space establishes a framework and procedures to assure that the space above all our heads will be a neutral realm from which all classes of weapons are banned and from which no hostile action shall be taken toward Earth or the surrounding Cosmos.
||31 Oct 2016
||Why Geneva Peace Week?
||Geneva Peace Week
||Geneva is home to a large number of international organizations, including more than 40 United Nations entities, a thriving community of non-governmental organizations and renowned academic and research institutions. Together, all these actors work for peace, rights and well-being, touching the lives of individuals across the world. Geneva Peace Week offers an opportunity to connect and highlight the work of these actors and to expand the space for dialogue about building peace and resolving conflict.
||17 Nov 2016
||Peace sign made of rose petals takes over Bernal Hill
||SFGate / Alix Martichoux
||A giant peace sign made entirely of rose petals is catching people's attention in Bernal Heights. The peace sign was created by floral designer, Natasha Lisitsa, and her husband, Daniel Schultz. Lisitsa's floral design studio, Waterlily Pond, told Bernalwood the peace sign is 40 feet in diameter and made up of 10,000 pink and white rose petals that were recycled from a wedding over the weekend.
||27 Nov 2016
||South Sudan artists protest civil war with peace campaign
||Justin Lynch / Associated Press
||For many in South Sudan, the arts have become a rare haven of peace in a young country that has known little but civil war. A group of artists are campaigning for peace, with pop-up street performances and murals across the capital, Juba. The activists have taken the name Ana Taban, or "I am tired," in Arabic.
||26 Nov 2016
||Libyan political agreement: recipe for peace or disaster?
||Open Democracy / Azza K. Maghur
||The United Nations-brokered Libyan political agreement has failed to bear any fruits thus far because it does not address the root causes of the Libyan crisis and only adds to its complexity.