H4P is not a court of law but rather a forum for peaceful interest articulation, aggregation, advocacy, conflict transformation and peacebuilding. H4P is registered federally in Canada as a peacebuilding consulting firm and works around the world in partnership with various civil society organizations, public sector departments and the private sector. At H4P, we strongly believe that peace is a state of complete physical, spiritual, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of war. You need to be at peace with your family members, at your workplace, at your social group, at school, Church, with your friends and with yourself … in order to feel peaceful.
Albert Einstein once asked questions that continue to challenge and inspire H4P peacebuilding team and our partners.
- How do we support and sustain the imagination and genius needed to shift from cultures of violence to cultures of peace?
- How do we equip people on the ground to act courageously for peace?
- How do we resist the temptation to make things bigger, more complex and more violent?
- How do we cultivate the daily practices that move in the opposite direction?
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage — to move in the opposite direction (Albert Einstein).
H4P offers Professional Certificates various courses and services in 3 categories:
To Individuals who would like to pursue a career in animating peacebuilding processes, or individuals with an interest in initiating a peacebuilding process in their families and workplaces.
To Families that would like to learn a practical approach to building and keeping peace in their families. We have family-based peacebuilding tools for all age brackets ie grandparents, middle age parents, young adults, teens and kids. What a perfect way to build peace in your family by having your entire family go through our certificate in peaceful families.
To your Workplace with peacebuilding processes that include intra-organizational conflict transformation and peacebuilding, organizational peaceful response to domestic violence, peaceful advocacy among others.