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Dr Hakim (Teck Young Wee)

                 
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Hakim, ( Dr Teck Young, Wee ) is a medical doctor from Singapore who has done humanitarian and social enterprise work in Afghanistan for the past 9 years, including being a mentor to the Afghan Peace Volunteers, an inter-ethnic group of young Afghans dedicated to building non-violent alternatives to war. He is the 2012 recipient of the International Pfeffer Peace Prize.

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Saturday, October 4, 2014      Share on Google Plus Submit to Twitter Add this Page to Facebook! Share on LinkedIn Pin It! Add this Page to Fark! Submit to Reddit Submit to Stumble Upon
International Day of Nonviolence in Afghanistan; 4th October 2014 Kabul--"I woke up with the blast of another bomb explosion this morning," Imadullah told me. "I wonder how many people were killed." Imadullah, an 18 year old Afghan Peace Volunteer, (APV), from Badakhshan, had joined me at the APVs' Borderfree Community Centre of Nonviolence.

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Open Our Eyes While catching up with one another over the challenges facing ordinary Afghans and Egyptians, Sherif Sameer and I talked about how "opening our eyes' could go a long way to building a better world. We decided to co-write this piece, from Ismailia, Egypt and Kabul, Afghanistan.