For every view of Beyond Right & Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness, Operation Kids donated 50¢ to charity. Together we raised $30,000 for our partners who are working to improve lives all over the world. The award-winning film garnered more than 60,000 viewers online, up 12 million television viewers around the world, was endorsed by Desmond Tutu and Malala Yousafzai, and hailed by Forbes and the Huffington Post as “jawdroppingly inspiring” and a “peaceful revolution.”
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Ubuntu's mission is to help Port Elizabeth’s orphaned and vulnerable children by giving them what all children deserve—everything.
Women for Women International works with socially excluded women in eight countries where war and conflict have devastated lives and communities.
The Cookstove Project empowers rural families in Uganda and Nepal to improve their quality of life by replacing traditional open fires with clay cookstoves.
Global Reconciliation is an Australian-led initiative that promotes dialogues and practical engagements across cultural, political, racial, religious, national and other differences.
Empower Mali works to help citizens overcome poverty and gain access to basic rights like education, healthcare, and clean water.
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation is committed to building fair, democratic, and inclusive societies in Africa.
Seeds of Peace inspires and equips new generations of leaders from regions of conflict with the skills needed to advance lasting peace.
The Forgiveness Project uses storytelling to explore how ideas around forgiveness, reconciliation, and conflict resolution can impact people’s lives.
The children and youth Heshima Kenya serves today become tomorrow’s advocates creating social change, individually and collectively.
JCA is the communal hub of the NSW and ACT Jewish communities, connecting the needs of our members with the services our organizations provide.
The Inclusion Center is a human relations organization dedicated to eliminating prejudice, bigotry, and discrimination.
The mission of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) is to change lives and create safe, healthy communities by providing a support and advocacy network for, and comprised of, formerly incarcerated men and women. To accomplish this mission, ARC advocates for fair policies in the juvenile and criminal justice systems, and provides services, support and opportunities to those within the system and those coming home from incarceration.
ConnecTeach works with schools in underserved areas to develop instruction modules and to lead workshops on effective teaching practices.
The Parents Circle - Families Forum (PCFF) aims to spread the idea that reconciliation between nations is a prerequisite to achieving a sustainable peace.
CASE is a not for profit community legal centre that provides free legal advice, representation and advocacy to refugees, humanitarian visa holders and people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds who live in Western Australia.
ANASAZI’s licensed and nationally accredited, non-punitive, outdoor behavioral healthcare programs help young people discover and nurture “seeds of greatness.”
Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBB) works to bring skills to communities around the globe, so that they in turn can build a more peace “able” world.
Build a Deaf School works to raise money to support the 43,000 Deaf Palestinians who suffer from a lack of adequate opportunities for primary and higher education.
The Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory contributes to a just society by keeping alive the legacy of Nelson Mandela and by convening dialogue around social issues.
Creative Visions is a premiere agency for the use of media and the arts to ignite positive change in the world.
Uthando Project invites people of all ages, cultures, backgrounds and skills to make dolls to be given to the children of KwaZulu Natal where the HIV/AIDS pandemic devastates families and communities.
Free The Children works domestically through We Day and We Act to educate, engage, and empower youth to become active local and global citizens.
WITNESS uses video to expose human rights abuse and to create change. We train and equip people all over the world to use video in their fight for human rights.
Summit Global Knowledge & Action Network empowers people by connecting them with information, technology, collaborative partnerships, and resources.
Malala Fund is dedicated to empowering girls through education, so they can recognize their potential and be agents of positive change in their communities.
Building Bridges for Peace enables divided communities and the general public to explore and better understand the roots of war, terrorism, and violence.
Reach the Children facilitates self-reliance in communities dedicated to the well-being of underprivileged children.