Our mission is to facilitate relational spaces for young people to come together and build friendships across cultural, religious, ideological, and lingual lines. One of the ways that we do this is through Peace Camps - a week of intentional community - where young people from different countries and cultures spend five days learning and applying peace values, culminating in two days of serving together locally.


Our world is increasingly divided and on the move at rapid rates like never seen before. In Germany alone, over one million refugees, fleeing conflict, have arrived since 2015. Thousands of Syrians, Afghanis, and Iraqis have settled in Berlin, adding to the city's many and diverse cultures. The former Berlin Wall is a visible reminder of the separation of a nation, a city, and even families. As our society is becoming more polarized, we can put up walls in our own hearts with harmful judgments and hostility toward others.

Join BL4P in Berlin, Germany in March, 2020 for 3 days of learning and collaborating in an interfaith, intercultural, multiracial environment. Be a part of sharing perspectives, learning about peace, and building authentic friendships that celebrate the strength of our diversity.  More info coming soon.


After more than 50 years of conflict, Colombians are weary of war and desperate for peace. Last year, a peace agreement was signed between the government and guerrilla forces. But there are still many uncertainties surrounding this peace process. More than ever, Colombia needs peace, forgiveness and reconciliation.

BL4P Colombia offers a unique opportunity to share these values with an emerging generation.


BL4P got its start in Turkey, hosting our first ever camp in 2016! We've held three peace camps there with participants from all over the world coming together in their united desire for peace. 

We've been able to learn from each other, build long-lasting relationships, and work together in community service activities.


In recent years, Iraq has often been characterized by war, conflict and tension.

In the summers of 2017 and 2018, BL4P hosted Peace Camps in Northern Iraq with displaced Yazidis, Muslim Kurds, and local Christians. It was a profound time of building friendship, sharing stories, and coming together for a common goal of peace.


BL4P is committed to catalyzing young leaders who are passionate about building a future of peace. It is our hope that following the Peace Camp, all of our participants will leave with a passion for collaboratively building a future of peace starting in their local communities. Local chapters are made up of young people who are working at a grassroots level to be leaders for peace, committed to not only working for peace where they live, but also inviting and inspiring others to do the same.


School Visits and Children's Programs

Assisting teachers and leading songs, games, and learning activities for refugee children in schools and orphanages

Elderly Care Centre Visits

Reaching out with music, games, conversation, and companionship for the elderly

Hospital Visits

Reaching out to refugees in Turkish hospitals who have suffered injuries as a result of war