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Global Peace Let’s Talk (GPLT) is a movement for promoting the peaceful coexistence of people across the world and looks at people’s rights. GPLT is represented in over 40 countries worldwide.

 National Chapters  and associated members design and implement their programmes according to the specific needs and priorities of the children, young people and  women  in their respective countries, thus engaging in various spheres of work including

HOW TO BECOME A GPLT COUNTRY CHAPTER LEADER OR MEMBER?

What does it mean?

  • A commitment to people’s human rights especially children human rights and to upholding their principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child;

  • A responsibility to raise awareness about and act upon the human  rights issues facing your country (both nationally and internationally);

  • Preaching peace and ways to stop the occurrence of conflicts around you and in other countries.

  • A chance to be part of a worldwide movement working to promote and protect human rights and the peaceful coexistence of the human race;

  • An opportunity to make the challenges faced by children and young people in your country visible internationally.

2. What are the benefits?

  • Membership in an internationally recognised peacebuilding movement;

  • Opportunity for involvement in GPLT’s global campaigns and regional programmes

  • Training and capacity building opportunities;

  • Access to an international platform to advocate and lobby on national issues;

  • Opportunity to exchange information and expertise within the GPLT network with partners working on similar issues and programmes;.

3. Who can apply?

Groups (representing at least 10 people) with expertise in human rights and a commitment to working towards the advancement of child rights in their country may apply to form a GPLT national chapter. An existing child rights organisation may also apply to join the GPLT movement by becoming recognised as an associated member.

3. Who can apply?

Groups (representing at least 10 people) with expertise in human rights and a commitment to working towards the advancement of child rights in their country may apply to form a GPLT national Chapters An existing child rights organisation may also apply to join the GPLT movement by becoming recognised as an associated member.