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May 24th is Women's International Day for Peace and Disarmament.

Today United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres will release an agenda addressing the humanitarian impact of armed conflict and the increased threats from arms races, international tensions and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. (This event will be live-streamed for public viewing!)

Additionally, the Parliamentarians for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament are releasing "Common Security for a Sustainable and Nuclear-Weapon-Free World." This statement is supporting the UNSG's efforts as well as celebrating Women's International Day for Peace and Disarmament.

Dear graduates of 2018, we encourage you to contribute to a more peace-able world by joining MBBI. Check out the link in our bio for more about our regional and working groups!

Take the time out to read this message from Ruby Khalifa, the ITI of Southeast Asia.

We would like to offer a little #mondaymotivation - because a little bit of good can go a long way!

Looking for a Graduation Gift?

Help kickstart your graduates' professional experience by giving the gift of a Student Membership!

When your graduate becomes a member of MBBI, they will have access to join one of our project teams and be given the opportunity to work alongside trained mediators.

Learn about what we do and check out our Working and Regional Groups.

Mother's Day ended, however MBBI never stops celebrating and supporting women. MBBI’s International Training Institutes (ITI) focus on equipping women with peacebuilding skills and integrating them into a global community of peacebuilding practitioners. These ITI's impact not only their families, but their communities as a whole, and they are all made possible through donations.

If you would like to learn more, please read our latest blog post "Transformative Stories of Women Mediators." To date our ITIs have impacted over 10,000 people!

It's never too late to get your mother (or yourself!) the gift of peace-building this Mother's Day through an MBBI membership! Memberships help us prevent violent extremism, heal communities traumatized by violence, and provide training support for groups that are not traditionally included in peace processes. We would love for you to join us in our efforts!

From all of us at MBBI, Happy Mother's Day!