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We share stories about inspiring peace education projects. It's a place to find out about current and past initiatives, learn more about Mosaic, and feel inspired to take action toward a more just and peaceful world.

  • Victoria's Youth Art Exhibit 1 Victoria's Youth Art ExhibitThe CISV Youth Art Exhibit was be a community event that took place in Victoria, BC. Youth, both from CISV and several community organizations submitted their art work on the theme of Sustaining Peace. The art was then be displayed over the course an evening alongside short descriptions about how the art work reflected the theme. 14/03/2012 2:34pm
  • seeding culture mosaic story asset Seeding Culture in CampinasCampinas: The first Mosaic project in Campinas, Seeding Culture, was a joint project of the Campinas chapter and NAS (Social Support Group). NAS is located in a poor neighborhood of Campinas and helps not only children but their families as well. They have a library with some books for older kids, but just a few books for children. 14/03/2012 1:51pm
  • Canadian Juniors Walking The Talk Canadian juniors walking the talkVictoria: What about giving Juniors the chance to practice in their local community all the things they learned in their summer programmes? This is exactly what happened thanks to the Mosaic project that took place in Victoria, Canada. The Juniors organized a so called “Photo Exhibit”, a combination of photos and films. They partnered with several other organizations in Victoria that are involved in international and intercultural youth programmes. They invited those youth programmes to share their photos a 14/03/2012 1:38pm
  • Community Leadership in Argentina Community leadership in ArgentinaBuenos Aires: This project worked to provide participants with the attitudes, skills and knowledge that would ensure their success in this year's community projects. We planned a one-day workshop that would help them gain these attitudes, skills and knowledge. Eleven youth came to spend a Saturday with us. We had the chance to help them start planning their community project. 14/03/2012 1:10pm
  • Being a Project Coordinator: What an Inspiring Experience! Being a project coordinator: what an inspiring experience!People Profiles: My name is Elisa and in 2008/2009 I was senior National Junior Representative of the Italian Junior Branch. I really wanted the JB to work on an interesting, concrete and actual theme and I thought that a Mosaic Project would be the best way to do it. So I gathered a bunch of interested JBers and we gave birth to a Mosaic Project about Human Rights. 14/03/2012 1:06pm
  • Quito Painted Green Quito Painted GreenQuito: In recent years Quito has improved its sanitation and environmental care, but this is primarily the work of the city officials and the Mayor. The role of the community in accomplishing significant changes has been amazingly small. The levels of pollution in certain parts of the city are shocking and, since adults have become passive. towards this situation, we thought this task should then be appointed to kids. 14/03/2012 12:40pm
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