SFCG Video Game for Peace in Lebanon

At SFCG Lebanon we are working on a truly exciting project that we wish to tell you about!

We are currently developing a video game for peace Cedaria: Blackout aiming at engaging Middle Eastern youth in peacebuilding and conflict transformation. It may sound a bit ambitious to resolve conflict through a video game, but we always aim to find innovative, fun and entertaining ways to engage youth...

We recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise more funds for this project  -- and here we need YOUR support!

1. Through donating to our project (there is no minimum, you give what you want). It’s really simple:

  • Go to Kickstarter
  • Click on “BACK THIS PROJECT” and register your profile
  • Choose the amount of your donation (all donations are managed through Amazon, so payment only takes a few seconds!)

2.  Help us spread the word! You can do so for example by ...

  • … liking and commenting on our Facebook page, inviting your friends to like us, ...
  • … following us on Twitter, tweeting about us and re-tweeting our tweets, …
  • … watching and commenting on our Youtube-Videos
  • … reading and commenting on our blog
  • … visiting our webpage

 Thank you so much for your support, we truly appreciate it!

SFCG Lebanon team

Conflict and differences are inevitable. Violence is not. We partner with people across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the U.S.A. to end violent conflict. We work with all sides of a conflict and at every level of society, from top leaders to grassroots. We help adversaries act on their shared interests in order to build sustainable peace. For more information, visit www.sfcg.org.

 

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Conflict and differences are inevitable. Violence is not. We partner with people across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the U.S.A. to end violent conflict. We work with all sides of a conflict and at every level of society, from top leaders to grassroots. We help adversaries act on their shared interests in order to build sustainable peace. For more information, visit www.sfcg.org.

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