Social Media Kit

Thank you for supporting Peace Exchange’s Youth, Conflict and Peacebuilding (YCP) campaign! We encourage you to personalize tweets, e-newsletters and Facebook posts in this toolkit for your audiences.

Twitter Handles: @USAID @USAIDDRG @USAID_DCHA @USAIDEducation @YPLearning

Campaign Hashtags: #PeaceExchange #YCP #YouthPower #PYD #PositiveYouthDevelopment

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General Youth, Conflict and Peacebuilding (YCP) Campaign Tweets

    • Learn how youth are being engaged as key partners in conflict sensitive development & peacebuilding on #PeaceExchange at #YCP
    • Join the #PeaceExchange & @yplearning Youth, Conflict & Peacebuilding Campaign from Sept-Dec 2017! Click to learn more
    • More than 600 million youth live in fragile & conflict-affected contexts. Join #PeaceExchange to learn more at #YCP

Green String Network Webinar Tweets

    • Join #PeaceExchanges Youth, Conflict & Peacebuilding campaign! Register for the final campaign webinar on “Trauma-Informed Conflict Transformation” with @usaid & @GSNAfrica on 12/20 at
    • Learn about trauma-informed conflict transformation during #PeaceExchange’s webinar with @usaid & @GSNAfrica on 12/20 at 1:00 EST. Register at
    • Dec. 20 at 1:00 EST – Join @USAID & @GSNAfrica for a webinar on “Trauma-Informed Conflict Transformation.” This is the final webinar for #PeaceExchanges Youth, Conflict & Peacebuilding campaign! Register at

YCP Campaign Blurb for E-Newsletters and Facebook Posts

Building off International Youth Day (August 14), Peace Exchange, in partnership with YouthPower Learning, launched the Youth, Conflict and Peacebuilding (YCP) Campaign in September 2017! Throughout the campaign, Peace Exchange continues to share programming resources and highlight other organization’s research and work on YCP. The campaign webinar series will close with a final webinar with the Green String Network (GSN) on December 20, 2017 at 1:00 EST. During this webinar, Angi Yoder-Maine and Belkys Lopez from the Green String Network (GSN) will provide an overview of trauma-informed conflict transformation, as well as lessons learned, challenges and impact of programs in Somalia and Kenya that supported youth, communities, leaders and the security sector. They will also share GSN tools for monitoring and evaluating these programs. Click here to register for the webinar and visit to join the community and learn more.

Campaign Image to Include with Tweets, Facebook Posts and E-Newsletter Blurbs