Breaking Borders while Breaking Fast

Imagine having no rights to education, and no rights to work. That is what 150,200 refugees in Malaysia are struggling with every day. They face persecution in their country and are treated as illegal immigrants in this country. In conjunction with Ramadhan, the month of forgiveness, gratitude, and giving, Global Peace Foundation Malaysia organized an…

Extending Clean Water to more Communities with Laneige Malaysia

Last year, we collaborated with Laneige Malaysia and together we successfully provided clean and safe drinking water through an ultrafiltration water filtration installed in Kampung Ulu Geruntum, Perak and Kampung Binjai, Pahang. On 17 April 2017, Laneige Malaysia held a press conference to officially announce the collaboration with Global Peace Foundation Malaysia on the fundraising…

“Cross-sectorial collaboration – the key to collective efforts to nurture holistic youth”

A SUMMARY OF GLOBAL PEACE EDUCATION FORUM 2015 “Job seekers cited the shortages of jobs as one reason for being unemployed. This was disputed by employers who attributed graduate unemployment to a lack of generic skills and serious inadequacy in terms of work-related competences. Furthermore, responsibility for nurturing qualities identified with “employability” lies with the…

“I AM EVERYONE”

On Monday 21st of September, it was International World Peace Day, a very special day to bring awareness about the challenge of building a more peaceful world and sharing ideas about understanding and acceptance. At Global Peace Foundation we believe in people, in kindness and in love. Thus, we decided to spend our day interviewing…