The Peace Project
Peace will explore the conditions and consequences of peace processes in Lebanon, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Rwanda, Indochina, and Colombia. Leading photographers and writers of war will return to those countries where they first reported during conflict. Analysts, lawyers, negotiators and writers who lived through war and peace will add their voices to the project. We will examine what lessons can be learned from the peace that was brokered in these nations, how peace has endured over time, and in the hope that one hundred years after the failed peace accord of Versailles, future generations will understand how the failures and successes of the past can be used to build a peace that will endure in the future.
The project will be in production through 2017, 2018 and 2019. A book will be published in spring 2020 to coincide with the first exhibition at the ICRC Museum in Geneva in the spring of 2020.
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Funded by the Gross Family Foundation
VII Foundation is grateful for generous funding from the Gross Family Foundation, which supports the production of this project.