Business Council For Peace

Business Council For Peace

Well-being, Community, Peace

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We help women entrepreneurs in post-conflict countries expand their businesses, create employment, and build a peaceful future for their communities.

Programs

In Afghanistan: The strategy of Bpeace in Afghanistan is to focus on fast runners: high potential, literate, business women who demonstrate an intuitive business sense. We believe they are in the best position to create new jobs for other Afghans. We provide them with pro-bono consulting on all aspects of their business.

The Bpeace Apprentice Road Trip (BART) The Bpeace Apprentice Road Trip is an unprecedented opportunity for Afghan businesswomen to gain practical experience in the U.S. in their chosen industries. Bpeace will bring 12 Afghan women entrepreneurs working in non-traditional and non-handicraft industries to the US in 2008 for three-week internships and apprenticeships with different firms.

In Rwanda: 2007 is the 13th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. Rwandan women, who make up a majority of the population, have a significant role to play in rebuilding and healing their country. Bpeace is helping women in these countries acquire skills to give them financial independence and create jobs in their communities.

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History

"We must counter the world's aggressions with a new process of peace fashioned and implemented by women," said New York public relations executive Anne Glauber in New York in August 2002. Her conviction struck a chord with like-minded business people who convened in October 2002 as part of the Global Peace Initiative of Women held at the Palais des Nations, in Geneva. Thus the Business Council for Peace (Bpeace) was founded by five people at that Geneva meeting including Anne Glauber, Bpeace's founding chairperson, and Toni Maloney, its current chairperson.

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Business Council For Peace

5 East 22nd Street, Suite 9J
New York, NY 10010
United States
212.851.6758

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http://www.bpeace.org

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