Our Mission

Peace First exists to create the next generation of peacemakers.

The Peace First Prize

The Peace First Prize is your chance to celebrate the powerful contributions of the youth peacemakers. The Peace First Prize will recognize 5 young people between the ages of 8-22 for their compassion, courage and ability to create collaborative change. Through a two-year $25,000 Peace First Fellowship, we will invest in their leadership as peacemakers and share their stories with the nation. Nominations and applications for the third annual Peace First Prize have closed. To meet some of the peacemakers who have shared their peacemaking story, check out our blog.

What's new at Peace FIrst

In 1981, the United Nations General Assembly designated September 21st as the International Day of Peace, devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. In support of this important day, the UN is launching a campaign, FORGIVE FOR PEACE. ...
Peace First President Eric Dawson and Peace First Fellows Babatunde Salaam, Mary-Patricia Hector and Wei Chen attended the Aspen Ideas Festival and shared their stories. The Aspen Ideas Festival, in partnership with the Aspen Institute and covered by The Atlantic, gathered some of the most influential thinkers acros...
Supporting Children in a Time of Tragedy   While we know that there are not simple and easy answers to explain violence to children, we do know that the best antidote to fear is helping young people to be powerful. In that spirit, we offer 10 simple responses that adults can make to children’s questions about a t...
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