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2 March 2010Patrick Robbins of La Crosse, Wisconsin will be deploying to the Nepal Project in late March and his currently training in-country. His local newspaper did an interesting article about Patrick’s journey and upcoming work. Check it out on the La Crosse Tribune website!
2 March 2010For those interested in volunteering with PBI field teams in Indonesia, please note that the application deadlines are fast approaching! Click the country link below to access the online application forms. For more information on the volunteering process, please contact us via email or the respective PBI Project.
21 January 2009Article by Lisa Kunkel
15 September 2008Click here to download the tour flyer! Defending Human Rights and Non-Violent Activism: Saving Lives and Promoting Peace
25 August 2008If you are interested in learning more about and/or thinking about becoming a PBI field volunteer in one of our field projects (Colombia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Mexico or Nepal), PBI-USA enourages you to attend one of our upcoming orientation weekends.
7 February 2008
24 September 2007
24 September 2007PBI has just been chosen to receive donations from The Combined Federal Campaign, the world’s largest workplace fundraising drive. Each year more than 1.3 million federal employees (military & civilian) donate $250 billion dollars to non-profits. A new category was set up called Peace and Reconciliation and PBI is among the first to be listed. If you are a federal employee please designate Peace Brigades.Our CFC number is 12453.
3 January 2007
30 April 2002Article by PBI-InternationalOnly those who are healthy can work with all their strength for human rights. If political and social violence is part of everyday life, the commitment to peace is risky and emotionally stressful. Women also often have to fight against traditional role models. Learn in an interview with Tanja Vultier why psychosocial and gender-sensitive support is so important for human rights defenders.