Frankly Speaking

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Dear Anne, If you were alive, around this birthday, you’d have inched towards eighty-nine. Around the same age as my patti, my grandmother, would have been, had she been alive […]

My Childhood in Iraq

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It was 21st of July 1995 when I took my first breathe in this world. I was born and raised in Erbil, the capital city of Northern Kurdistan-Iraq. I live […]

BelongCon Speech

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On March 28th 2017 our founder, Martin Rowsell, spoke about Postcards For Peace at BelongCon – a conference about community, acceptance and belonging. For reference, here is a transcript of […]

Postcards for Peace: Team India

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Postcards for Peace was featured at Voices of Youth, a UNICEF-based platform! As a Goodwill Ambassador for Postcards for Peace and a proud member of PfP’s Team India, I recently […]

Reading to Embrace Diversity

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Reading to Embrace Diversity By Chintan Girish Modi How can your choice of books play a role in building world peace? Pooja Pillai, a Mumbai-based journalist, has an answer for […]

The Space between the Notes

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A blank staff is a garden for human expression waiting for us to cultivate the emotions that lie within us. Through music, we connect with our rawest, most intimate feelings: […]

Reaching Out To Syria

Between now and the sixth anniversary of the war in Syria on the 15th March our charity, Postcards For Peace is asking people from all over the world to join […]