New book: Introducing Peace Museums

The first book-length study of peace museums was published in 2016 by Dr Joyce Apsel. This volume introduces the different approaches of peace museums – from Japan, which has the largest number of sites, to Bradford, UK and Guernica, Spain. Some peace museums and centers emphasize popular peace symbols and figures, others provide alternative narratives […]

21 September 2016

The Rainbow Children

The Hague, the Netherlands – A story-telling event called The Rainbow Children was held during the Just Peace Festival, celebrating the International Day of Peace in The Hague. The event was organised by the INMP Secretariat in cooperation with a local Quaker church. The event was held for children age 5 to 9 years old […]

16 November 2016

Wateler’s Peace Prize

INMP members were present at the award ceremony for the Carnegie Wateler Peace Prize on 16 November 2016, at the Peace Palace in The Hague. The prize for 2017 was awarded to Sigrid Kaag, who successfully led the OPCW-UN joint mission on the elimination of Syrian chemical weapons.  During the ceremony, peace historian Marten van […]