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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.

  • Organizational Collaboration - A Short Guide Organizational collaboration: A short guideBig Ideas: Mosaic is an amazing programme. It is constantly developing and growing, learning from its experiences and improving itself in the process. And although it mostly relies on the amazing work of volunteers like you and I, it also needs to extend outside of its bubble and learn from other organizations that share similar visions and goals. 14/03/2012 1:34pm
  • inspiration - What and How? Inspiration: What and how?Berlin: Ideas on what people would like to change within their local community and how they would do it. Everything starts with an idea, and when you have your idea you can turn it into reality. To make a Mosaic you need to find something you'd like to change in your local community and you also need to figure out how you're going to do it. 14/03/2012 1:29pm
  • Mosaic stories Faces of JacksonvilleThis story is about a Mosaic project which took place in Jacksonville, USA in 2011. The project replicated a CISV Village for local community children in 5th grade and was a huge success. 10/04/2012 11:11am
  • Good Graffiti: Exploring Public Art in Victoria, Canada Good Graffiti: Exploring Public Art in Victoria, CanadaYouth from Victoria explore the lines between art and vandalism. And then draw some of their own. 13/03/2012 5:07pm
  • Mosaic in my soul Mosaic in my soulWhat's your name and where are you from? My name is Claudia de Oliveira Boim e Silva. I am a psycopedagogue and art terapist. I was born in São Paulo but I have been living in Salvador for the last 5 years. I am a CISVer at heart and have Mosaic in my soul. I am Salvador's Mosaic coordinator and also co-coordinate IYM. 14/03/2012 3:35pm
  • JB North Summit 1 Junior Branch North Summit 2011In 2009 CISV USA and CISV Canada began talking about the idea of doing a joint project between the two countries. They quickly realized that a common issue that they faced was member retention of JBers (Junior Branch members) ages 18-25. The idea of Summit was raised as a medium to develop this age group. In 2011 the project was realized... 16/03/2012 9:34am
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