Our Projects

Find out about our current and past projects in Germany and Nepal.

All projects of Culture for Peace support local efforts for non-violent, civil and democratic empowerment while we connect local partners with communities and other change makers regardless of religion, ethnicity, caste, gender, age or political background. The predominant focus on community-based needs leads to subsequent development of local capacities and dialogue structures.

Job, Resilience and Media (Berlin)

Country: Germany

Region: Berlin / Wedding

Project Title*: Job Perspectives and Social Resilience - Youth in Berlin Discover their Creative Potential (Film and Radio)

Project Duration: September 1st 2014 - April 30th 2015

Cooperation with: Willy Brandt - Oberschule, Kulturen im Kiez e.V., Haus der Jugend Mitte, Matthias Luthardt (french exit), Josephine Ehlert, Bernhard Strubel, Traumfängerfilm

Funded by: European Social Fund (ESF) - Lokales Soziales Kapital

Status: closed

Storytelling (Nepal)

Country: Nepal

Region: Bardiya, Dang and Sunsari

Project Title: A Victim-led Approach to Dealing with the Past and Truth-telling

Project Duration:

Initial phase: December 2013 – April 2014

Extension phase: Fundraising

Implementing Organization: Committee for Social Justice (CSJ)

Funded by: Peace Support Network

Status: ongoing / Fundraising extension phase


Peace FM

Country: Nepal

Region: Banke, Bardiya, Surkhet

Project Title: Community Radio FM Nepal: Supporting Peace, Reconciliation and Transitional Justice through Dialogue and Capacity Building (Pilot)

Project Duration: 31st October 2012 – 09th November 2012

Implementing Organization: Advocacy Forum Nepal (AF) and Conflict Victims' Society for Justice (CVSJ)

Cooperation with: Peace Support Network (organisation closed), steps for peace and TouchLife

Status: closed

Sanskriti Festival 2010

After a year of developing Culture for Peace as a project, we organized a series of events in Kathmandu (Nepal) in November 2010: SANSKRITI FESTIVAL 2010.

With support from local artists and grass-roots organisations, we organised the festival in order to raise our voice for peace, justice and cultural exchange.