Global Peace Services USA (GPS) is a movement to promote education, skills training and awareness in support of a professional peace service and within the service professions, based on a philosophy of active nonviolence.
GPS has been developing innovative pilot education and training projects in peacebuilding and developing a broad-based membership.
Members are invited to meetings, receive our newsletter, and support GPS financially. Their ideas for the development of the movement are encouraged and welcomed.
Members are encouraged to work together on specific projects and areas of interest, such as organizing local GPS meetings and developing, testing, and promoting peace service curricula.
Events & Publications
GPS Newsletter - Vol. 20, No. 1
"Overcoming the Obstacles to Lasting Peace in Colombia" by Adam Isacson
"Results from the GPS Reader Survey" by Anna Amato
"Curbing Cultural Destruction" by Robert J. Muscat
GPS Event - Saturday, March 2, 2019
Making Peace…and Keeping It: Will Colombia’s Peace Accord Survive?
Global Peace Services USA is pleased to convene a searching look at whither the Colombia Peace Process and its prospects going forward. Aiding us in understanding the path so far taken and possible future scenarios, are two men with deep personal investments in the success of the Peace Accord and its sustainability. From their respective vantage points, they will both share their special insights into how the Peace Accord has impacted on people’s lives on the ground in Colombia.
GPS Newsletter - Vol. 19, No. 3
"Youth’s Role in South Sudan’s Perfect Storm: Climate Change, Conflict, and the Prospects for Peacebuilding in the World’s Newest Nation" by Marisa O. Ensor
"Addressing Climate Change: A Washington, DC Metropolitan Area Response" by Ronald Ridker
"Celebrating Dr. Sovan Tun’s Presidency of the Cambodian Buddhist Temple in Silver Spring, MD" by Mindy C. Reiser