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Key note speakers:

 Dr. Dan Popov:

 “Amazing Grace”


Linda Kavelin Popov

 “Journeying with Grace” 

 An Issues Oriented Virtues Spread




70 Kate Street, Indooroopilly,Brisbane Queensland. Australia


Cost: $175 AU plus accomodation and dinners

26/10/2010 8:49 p.m.26/01/2011  Penny Sampson  0061 7 3288 4489 (m) 0417 734 229
There are now several hundred Virtues Project Facilitators around the world
(and growing), and maintaining contact info and addresses via one-on-one
communication is challenging and time-consuming. One of the top priorities
for the Virtues Project is to create a centralized, automated site where
facilitators can manage their own information online.
So you'll be able to register online with your contact and location
information, and then you'll automatically show up on the global map. If
you move or need to change your contact info, you'll be able to log in and
do so yourself.
To prepare for the project, it seemed like a good idea to ask Facilitators
and Master Facilitators to send in their contact info and lists of people
they had trained. But I quickly realized that it would be far more
efficient simply to let people log in and update the info themselves when
the map is first published.
I'm aiming to get this map page and facilitator registration page
constructed and published by the end of February at the latest.
In the meantime, if you or any facilitators you know would like to get your
information into the database pre-emptively, we are using the web shop ( as an interim place to collect the information. If you
register there, I'll have your details to pre-populate the map. And you'll
be able to log into the shop to maintain the information yourself in the
Also, having everyone in the shop database allows me to check your names
against the facilitator list (spreadsheet) automatically (in seconds) rather
than manually.
Quite a few facilitators and master facilitators have registered at the shop
already, but they are a small fraction of the list we have. I'm hoping that
once the map is up and we advertise it, everyone will register an account
(or register on behalf of those who can't) and enter their email and address
in order to make the map complete.

13/01/2010 2:12 p.m.Approved

Dear friends,

Did you or your organisation organise activities to promote a Culture of Peace during the last five years? If so, your input is needed!

To mark the end of the United Nations International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World (2001-2010), we ask for volunteers to support the evaluation by mobilizing responses from their own regions or areas of interest.
The aim is to reach 1000 contributions, thus volunteers' support will be crucial. The report is to be ready in May 2010, to be submitted to UNESCO. There are individuals and organizations in all parts of the world putting lots of efforts to cultivate a lasting culture of Peace. As it is a worldwide initiative we are inviting both individuals and organizations, especially if you are or feel young like us, from all over the world to take part in this process.

You can enter information directly on the website

To enter information on the website you will need to register and wait for an email within a day which will tell you how to enter data in the questionnaire. Alternatively, if you have any problem or prefer, you can send it by email.

Contact details can be found here:

The extended deadline for submitting your contribution is 31 January 2010.

Please click on the following link to download the mid-way report from 2005:


13/01/2010 2:01 p.m.7/02/2010
Menno Ettema  International Coordinator  Lillian Solheim  Advocacy Coordinator  United Network of Young Peacebuilders  Laan van Meerdervoort 70,  2517 AN, The Hague,  The Netherlands  Tel: +31 (0)70 364 7799  Fax: +31 (0)70 362 2633  Email:  Website: 
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