Calling all Students!

Want to support local people building peace around the world? Want to make a real difference in a way that works for you? Want to lead the way in your university or place of study when it comes to peacebuilding?
Yes? Then become a Peace Direct Student Ambassador today!

In war zones around the world, there are people bridging divides and rebuilding lives torn apart by conflict. Peace Direct supports these people, providing them with the tools they need to begin building peace that lasts.

Become a Peace Direct Student Ambassador (aka. Peace Promoter) today and help make peace possible for more people tomorrow!


What is a Peace Promoter?

A Peace Promoter is someone who wants to use their skills, energy and enthusiasm to build a better, brighter future for people living in war zones.  They believe that a more peaceful world is possible, that it’s within our power, and want to help make it a reality.  


Why should you become one?

When you become a Peace Promoter, you’ll become a peacebuilder. Like all our partners: we’ll support you, and make sure that your time with us is enjoyable, rewarding and valuable.

As a member of the Peace Direct family, you will be part of a global team – united by a mission of peace. Additionally, you’ll benefit from opportunities to enhance your CV, network and – most importantly – have loads of fun!


How can you get involved?

You’ll shape your Peace Promoter experience. Collaboration is at the heart of everything Peace Direct does, so we’ll work with you to build peace in the way you want.  Below are just some of the ways you can get involved. The possibilities are endless – so don’t be afraid to be original!

  • Raise awareness for Peace Direct and about local peacebuilding: Passionate about raising awareness around building peace? Eager to educate your friends and family, and encourage others to take meaningful action in support of Peace Direct? There are so many ways you can spread the word about local peacebuilding today, and we’ll help amplify your voice in whatever way we can.
  • Write for us: Looking bush up on your journalistic skills? Or are you fluent in a foreign language and wanting to put your talents to good use for a great cause? We’d love you to write or translate something for our website or your institutions magazine. Let us know what you’d like to say, and we’ll help you get started!
  • Fundraise or organise an event: Running a marathon, refereeing a football match, hosting a bake sale or organizing  a doggy day out soon? Why not rally your peers and help raise vital funds for local people building better, more peaceful futures? We’ll help you get started, and support you every step of the way.

Get Involved!


Have you got what it takes?


Yes! Peace Promoters come in all shapes and sizes; from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences. You’d be a perfect Peace Promoter if you’re:



If you would like to join us or ask a question, please contact [email protected].

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