Pax Populi which is Latin for “the peace of the people” is the people-to-people peacemaking program of Applied Ethics, Inc. Pax Populi’s mission is to put the tools of peacemaking into the hands of ordinary people by supporting initiatives to advance peace through education and economic development within a framework of human rights. Click here to learn more.
A brief video on Pax Populi Tutoring Services
Pax Populi is dedicated to supporting peace development in Afghanistan, we support this development through our tutoring program. A program which offers Afghan students and international tutors the opportunity to both develop their communication skills and build cultural awareness skills and awareness which help people within their communities end conflict and create peace.
While we advocate for peace through the use of social media, promoting and providing a social platform for all Afghan’s and people around the world to share their stories in relation to the advancement of peace. Check out the Pax Populi News page for all stories or select a category area in the drop down tab at the end down of this page. Since 2013 we have also delivered two International initiatives the “Be Inspired” project which further extended our advocacy work into the promotion of Women’s Right in Afghanistan and the “Voices for Peace” project which engaged people from around the world to share their hopes for the advancement of peace as well as information and ideas regarding their work in this area.
Please check out the Pax Populi website further and see how we are supporting the advancement of peace.
Pax Populi’s Most Recent Posts
- Applied Ethics & Pax Populi: Looking Back on 2013 and Ahead to 2014 - Applied Ethics, Inc. was created as an organization dedicated to respond to the significant problems of contemporary society in ways that were ethically sound and practically applicable. Among the many major social issues, none struck us as more important than … Continue reading
- Standing Together in Hope, Knowledge, Courage and Kindness - Afghanistan is about to enter a new chapter in its recent turbulent history. The country has been in a state of conflict since the communist coup in 1978 and now after twelve years of NATO military engagement, the United States … Continue reading
- Countdown to 2014: The Psychological War in Afghanistan - Editors note: We are pleased to again have a piece by the Afghan writer, Maryam Safi, who here describes the experience of tension faced by Afghans in the face of the pending drawdown of international forces in Afghanistan. Maryam is an … Continue reading
- Afghanistan’s Acclaimed Author, Qais Akbar Omar, to Speak on His Life and Remarkable Memoir - During the 1990s, when Afghanistan was under Taliban control, Qais Akbar Omar set out with his family on a journey to avoid the trauma and violence that put everyone in the country at risk. He has now written what is … Continue reading
- Learning Together: An Afghan and an Englishwoman Learn about Each Other’s Cultures - Editor’s Note: In this essay, Rahatgul Takoor, a participant in the Pax Populi Tutoring Services program speaks about his experiences working with a tutor in London, as well as conditions in his country. Our tutors come from all around the world, … Continue reading