Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace
Two wings for our world to fly in the sky of Peace
WHAT WE DO
We foster and spread a culture of dialogue, diversity and co-existence. We work to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. We build bridges, networks and platforms between communities and governments. Through promoting cultural diversity and striving for sustainable development, we forecast peace.
Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace, CD4Peace , is an independent, non-profit, international non-governmental organization, based in Geneva.
We aim to promote and protect Cultural Diversity Expressions and Sustainable Development, to enhance Human Rights, and to facilitate Conflict Resolutions and Peacebuilding around the world. We believe that without accepting and promoting cultural diversity, there would be no sustainable development; and conflict resolution could be happened when we recognize diversity in the process of sustainable development. Cultural diversity and sustainable development are two wings for our world to fly in the sky of Peace.
Hassan FARTOUSI, President
Liliana MOTA, Consultant
Maram DAOUD, Consultant
Emma BAZ, Junior Officer
Joana CRIVELLI, Junior Officer
Asalah DALAB, Intern
The 10th of December marks the World Human Rights Day, a commemoration declared by the United Nations General Assembly on this exact day 72 years ago when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted. 2020 has proved to be a challenging year for the field of human rights. The COVID-19...
This is the story of the hope, suffering and lives of three Syrian children who have suffered various traumas during the Syrian war. Ali was a runner, “Ghazal" was a ballet dancer and "Eidoo" wanted to be a doctor. On Thursday May 16th, from 11:00 to 12:30, CD4peace is pleased to...
African Union Agenda 2063: Impediments and Prospects for Sudan - Side event from the 40th session of the Human Rights Council (2019). For CD4Peace and its commitment to sustainable development, the side event hosted by the Maarij Foundation for Peace and Development was while interesting. Unfortunately, this event, focusing on...