EHF is partnering to bring together top experts in neuroscience and peacebuilding to inspire better connections between the way we know the human brain works and the ways we seek to advance peace and respect for diversity. Livecast of the opening discussion is viewable here: www.elhibrifoundation.org/live. Follow #neuropeace for conversation.
EHF hosted a joint meeting of Religion Communicators Council and Religion Newswriters Association on December 11th. Guests from Barna Group and Pew Research Center talked with Michelle Boorstein. The discussion is viewable here: www.elhibrifoundation.org/live.
Dozens of mission-aligned organizations use El-Hibri Foundation's centrally-located DC building as an inviting place for dialogue and meetings. It's part of our mission, beyond grants and programs. (Pictured left) The DC Interfaith Network for Young Professionals meets in our Grand Parlor to collaborate and plan.
Pietro Ameglio (3rd from left) is honored for his courageous and relentless dedication to the spirit and principles of nonviolence, non-militarism and social justice and for his empowerment of countless victims and survivors of violence. He is joined by graduate scholarship winners, his sojourner Carlos Moreno Zamora (whose son was lost to violence in Mexico) and Elisabeth, Fuad and Nancy El-Hibri.
Both the 1980 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Adolfo Perez Esquival and a famed Mexican poet and activist Javier Sicilia offer generous tributes to the El-Hibri Foundation and Pietro Ameglio, the 2014 El-Hibri Peace Education Laureate.