Read about the DL 150 in Dean Matthew Weiner's, Associate Dean in the Office of Religious Life at Princeton University, article for the Huffington Post!

"The compass directing his answers was clear: your intentions matter, develop your heart, be honest with yourself, work very hard at these things, and let them direct your efforts. Such action, and this is indeed activity, must precede any external action of service for it to be genuine and sustainable. The real mover, he said, is love."…/dalai-lama-princeton_b_6154…

Last week His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama came to Princeton University and met with a select group of students to discuss part of the University's informal motto, "In the service of all nations."...

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Poverty and Peacemaking
19-20 September, 2014 at Princeton University

TWO MORE DAYS! Students, don't forget to stop by Murray-Dodge today or tomorrow between 4:30 and 7 to meet fellow participants, ask last-minute questions, and GET EXCITED!

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Only SIX more days until Poverty and Peacemaking comes to Princeton! Take a moment to read the Appeal for Peace from Sant’Egidio’s recent conference in Antwerp, Belgium, and get excited for this Friday!

Antwerp 2014 Peace is the future | Community of Sant'Egidio

What if we could build peace through music? In war-torn areas across the globe, Musicians Without Borders is doing just that. The group has established numerous music schools and programs among different ethnic and religious groups to foster a spirit of healing and reconciliation. Learn more about MwB’s latest work in Palestine (and listen to their music while you’re at it!) :

We train young Palestinians to become music workshop leaders for children in camps and isolated villages in the West Bank.

“Let those who think it cannot be done step out of the way of those who are doing it.” The Women’s Learning Partnership empowers women across the globe by helping them engage their communities at the grassroots level and shape broader society through elected positions. We’re excited to learn more about the WLP when they come to Princeton later this month. For now, watch this inspiring video about their work and visit their website:

Women's Learning Partnership is a nonprofit organization consisting of 20 autonomous national partner organizations based in the Global South, particularly i...

Today’s featured group is Interpeace. A partner of the U.N., Interpeace has been working for 20 years to help strengthen societies across the developing world in order to handle conflict and reach peaceful resolutions. Learn more about Interpeace’s efforts by checking out the map on their website:

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Just two weeks before Poverty and Peacemaking comes to Princeton, the Community of Sant'Egidio is hosting its annual European conference in Antwerp, Belgium. The conference kicks off tomorrow morning with a Eucharistic celebration. Read more about the events and speakers here:

In the coming weeks, we’ll be linking to some of the peacebuilding organizations that will be attending the conference next month. Today’s group is Pax Christi, an international grassroots movement with an emphasis on human rights and disarmament. Read about Pax Christi's latest efforts to protect refugees in Northern Iraq:

On Thursday 14 August, Pax Christi Member Organisations in Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States have sent letters to their Ministers of Foreign Affairs calling for an immediate action to safeguard the right of life of all vul…

"Conflict may seem more surmountable when you know someone on the other side.” We’re excited to read about this group’s effort to foster friendships among Israeli and Palestinian children at summer camp.

Forming even just one bond with a member of the enemy helps a lot.

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in looking forward to our Opening Ceremony we wanted to share an article with you that not only raises the questions surrounding interfaith collaboration but paints a beautiful portrait of the Ceremony we hope to re-create here in the fall. Counting down the days!…/09/12/all-together-now-8

This summer, Jon Krawczyk, a sculptor who lives in Malibu, zigzagged across the country in a Chevy pickup with a fifteen-foot-tall steel cross strapped to the bed. It was a replacement for the crossed I-beams found amid the ruins after the towers collapsed—that famous hunk of metal which rescuers ra…

The Community of Sant'Egidio has many projects to combat the spread and treatment of AIDS in Africa:

DREAM Comunità di Sant'Egidio Visit of Matteo Renzi, the Italian Prime Minister, to the DREAM center of the Community of Sant'Egidio in Maputo
Poverty and Peacemaking Conference added 4 new photos to the album: PPM at Work.

Progress Report: Roundtables in the making! We're excited to see the conference shaping up and looking forward (even more!) to hearing from all our fascinating attendees come September

Check out the work of FABnyc, "a non-profit organization founded in 2001 by cultural and community groups to establish and advance the East 4th Street Cultural District, between 2nd Avenue and Bowery." The initiative - run by Executive Director Tamara Greenfield - aim to "provide ongoing resources, community building and unified marketing to support the capacity and growth of arts organizations in the East Village & Lower East Side. FAB provides specialized support and to its 28 members through programs including Member of the Month. FAB also continues to co-direct the Naturally Occurring Cultural District NY Working Group (NOCD-NY), a unique alliance of artists, activists, and manufacturers that are committed to revitalizing NYC from the neighborhood up." We'll be excited to hear more from Ms. Greenfield herself come fall and hope that you check out some of their unique and fascinating programs on their website!

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FABnyc primary mission is to provide ongoing resources, community building and unified marketing to support the capacity and growth of arts organizations in the East Village & Lower East Side. FAB provides specialized support and services to its 28 members through programs including Member of the Mo…

We are excited to feature the work of Harold Saunders - Princeton Alumnus and former U.S. Diplomate, who is also the founder of Sustained Dialogue, an organization initiated on Princeton's own campus that now works on campuses across the nation with the vision of producing "a world in which all people have the tools to create the communities they dream of so people of all identities can thrive." To learn more about how Sustained Dialogue engages with campuses, communities, and corporations across the nation take a look at their website:

The mission of the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network, an initiative of the Sustained Dialogue Institute, is to develop everyday leaders who engage differences as strengths to improve campuses, workplaces, and communities.