This post originally appeared on the Transcend: Art and Peace (T:AP) network. Welcome to Week #2 of our seven-week series on music for peace. Until recently, northern Uganda was the site of a series of protracted conflicts between the government ...  Read More


This post originally appeared on the Transcend: Art and Peace network forum. Welcome to Week #1 of our new series on music for peace. Over the next seven weeks, we will be exploring the theme of music and peacebuilding through ...  Read More


This morning Music for Peace (MfP) had the pleasure of meeting with Rwot Lakica, a group of conflict-affected women and member of the Women’s Advocacy Network (WAN) at the Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP). WAN is a JRP-supported forum for ...  Read More

This week, in addition to revamping our website, Music for Peace (MfP) has created several social media accounts to make it even easier for you to stay up-to-date on our latest work to promote the power of music in peacebuilding. ...  Read More

Note: This post was originally posted at http://www.lindsayopiyo.com/2013/06/16/field-recordings-in-labora/. In the last two weeks, MfP’s study on music and conflict transformation has really come together. We brought a research assistant on board, collected hours of existing conflict-related music, and went to Labora ...  Read More

Welcome!Welcome to the new website for Music for Peace (MfP)! Since 2010, we have been posting updates at http://musicforpeace.wordpress.com, but we felt it was finally time for a fresh look. We’ll be keeping all of those older posts on the ...  Read More