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Our Commitment to Climate Justice

At Peace Development Fund we fight for climate justice because we have always believed in equitable relationships among people, nations and the environment. ...Read more

Published on June 29, 2017

We are the Trumptidote

I just read a short piece from Salon.com about the five richest men in the world (all from the US) owning more wealth than 45 percent of the world’s population. The names are well known, and three of the five are tech guys, but the underlying message, besides the gross injustice it represents, is that ...Read more

Published on June 15, 2017

Not What We Had in Mind

This most recent tectonic shift of reality happened while many of us were hard at work, building communities, holding down jobs, working at a non-profit or NGO, looking out for elderly parents or getting the kids to school. We were thinking that we may not have it all going right but at least we have it going on.  ...Read more

Published on May 10, 2017

Executive Clemency Denied

PDF stands with the Indigenous Peoples of the world, and will continue to do whatever we can do to support and advocate for their rightful place at the table of nations and peoples! ...Read more

Published on January 19, 2017

Marching for Women

In celebration of International Women’s Day, on Saturday, March 5th 2016, the UN Women for Peace Association (UNWFPA) hosted the 4th annual #Iwalk4women rally and “March in March” to end violence against women. PDF Board member Iva Kaufman and Foundation Associate Fiona Servaes participated in the march together with Chris Bahara from MEANS Collective, a ...Read more

Published on March 9, 2016
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