19 June 2014: The best entry in this year's Tomorrow's Peacebuilding competition that uses technology in an innovative way as part of their peacebuilding may win a scholarship to attend the ‘Build Peace 2015’ conference.

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We are pleased to announce that the best entry to  this year's Tomorrow's Peacebuilders competition that uses technology in an innovative way as part of their peacebuilding may win a scholarship to attend the ‘Build Peace 2015’ conference. Technology related entries will be assessed by the ‘Tomorrow’s Peacebuilders’ jury and the team at Build Peace to assess the winner of this prize.

Build Peace brings together practitioners, activists and technologists from around the world to share their experience and ideas on using technology for peacebuilding and conflict transformation. Read more about this year's conference here.

Tomorrow’s Peacebuilders is Peace Direct's annual competition which recognises the very best emerging local peace organisations around the world. Prize winners will receive $4,000 and an invitation to the prize-winners’ event in London in November. The deadline for entries is July 21 2014. More information about the competition, and how to enter, is available here: /tomorrows-peacebuilders/

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