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Feb 13, 2007

Bond No. 9 sponsors Seeds of Peace

A first in fragrances: New York parfumerie Bond No. 9 introduces the scent of Peace, which sponsors the international organization Seeds of Peace NEW YORK | Perfumery has never smelled so good. As millennial citizens of New York, we at Bond No. 9 are well aware that nothing could be more precious or desirable these days than peace. So, we thought, why not turn our passion for peace into an eau de parfum? After all, perfumes are all about passions … FULL STORY

Feb 1, 2007

Romance a Cause: Valentine Boutique
at the Felissimo Townhouse

Honor your Valentine and Society by giving an authentic gift of hope and promise NEW YORK | Please join DESIGN 21: Social Design Network as we celebrate Valentine’s Day by supporting those in need through love of a cause. Felissimo Townhouse (10 West 56th between 5th & 6th Avenues) will host its FIRST pop-up boutique featuring the “Allumonde” ring and heartfelt, exclusive packages from our Non-profit Charity Network. Learn more about our initiatives, shop for your loved one and enjoy champagne … FULL STORY

Jan 29, 2007

THE SAK sponsors Seeds of Peace
with new 'Peace Bag' collection

San Francisco-based Handbag Company Creates Fashionable Line of Handbags to Support Non-Profit’s Peace Building Efforts SAN FRANCISCO | Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Peace cannot be achieved through violence, it can only be attained through understanding.” Following in his famous words, major handbag company THE SAK has partnered with Seeds of Peace, whose mission is to develop and empower young leaders from regions of conflict to work towards peace through coexistence and conflict resolution. In celebration of this partnership, THE SAK … FULL STORY

Dec 19, 2006

World-renowned designer Marithe+François Girbaud becomes official sponsor of Seeds of Peace

(Français) MILAN & PARIS | Marithé+François Girbaud has denounced war. Far from an opportunistic move, this decision forms part of a long-term strategy designed to address adults who are aware of the world around them and concerned about the future of our planet. Today, Marithé+François is talking about rebuilding, opening up, sharing, exchanging, using a communication strategy that appeals to reason and to the children of tomorrow— children who will grow up in a world that is an increasingly OPEN … FULL STORY

Dossier de Presse | Conference de Presse

PARIS | Marithé + François Girbaud a récemment dénoncé la guerre. Cette approche n’était pas opportuniste mais s’inscrivait dans une stratégie à long terme tournée vers l’adulte conscient de l’actualité et de l’avenir de la planète. Aujourd’hui ils parlent de reconstruction, d’ouverture, de partage et d’échange avec une communication qui parle aux plus raisonnables, aux enfants de demain qui vont grandir dans un monde de plus en plus “OPEN SPACE” Cette stratégie s’inscrit dans la communication médias et hors médias, … FULL STORY

Nov 2, 2006

King Hussein Foundation Leadership Prize awarded to Seeds of Peace, Desmond Tutu

NEW YORK | With prior recipients including Medecins Sans Frontieres, the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, and a Nobel Prize winner, we are proud to announce that Seeds of Peace, along with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, is the recipient of the 2006 King Hussein Foundation Leadership Prize. Two Seeds were flown in to receive the award. This highly prestigious award was presented to two of our alumni, Israeli Seed Dor Kaidar and Palestinian Seed Raya Yusef, by Queen … FULL STORY

Oct 31, 2006

Sharon Stone supports Seeds of Peace

Entertainer hosts event aimed at uniting Middle East children LOS ANGELES | On November 13, 17-year-old Israeli-born international singer Liel, who has performed with the likes of the Scorpions, Elton John and Bono, will join with Lebanese singer Shadi Nadaf, Lebanese-born pianist Giovanni, legendary producer and musician David Foster, and other musicians for an unforgettable night of global music and entertainment. Hosted by Sharon Stone, the event will help raise funds for Seeds of Peace. “I spent weeks this summer … FULL STORY

Oct 20, 2006

The Peace Company honors Seeds of Peace

Seeds of Peace receives the Peace Millennium award BRISTOL, VERMONT | Seeds of Peace has been empowering young peace leaders from conflict zones since 1993. Beginning with Israeli and Palestinian youth, the program has grown to encompass the Middle East, South Asia, Cyprus, and the Balkans, with a roster now of more than 3,000 youth leaders from several conflict zones. Their summer camp program brings together teens from different factions or ethnic groups for a live-in experience with ‘the other,’ all … FULL STORY

Oct 18, 2006

Main suspect in October 2000 killing refused lie detector test six times

A police officer suspected of killing an Israeli Arab during the October 2000 riots refused to turn up for a polygraph examination five times in a row. The sixth time, when he did show up, he refused to answer more than one question and eventually left without being tested. The information comes from material about the death of Asel Asleh collected by the Justice Ministry’s Police Investigation Department (PID), which was later submitted to Adalah – the Legal Center for … FULL STORY

The PID is not convincing | HA'ARETZ (OP-ED)

The PID’s behavior was flawed throughout their investigation of the suspects of the October 2006 killings, and at times, it looked like a whitewash. Close attention should be paid to the harsh statements made by Professor Shimon Shamir, a member of the Or Commission, about the need for the Police Investigations Department (PID) to seriously examine itself. This is not the first time Shamir has attacked the PID. Back in September 2005, when the PID announced its decision not to … FULL STORY

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