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WHO WE ARE (2:53)
‘You may be poor, you may only have a ramshackle house, you may have lost your job, but that song gives you hope.’
Nelson Mandela

Where war has raged, people need everything to return to life: food, water, shelter, clothing, medicine. But more than anything, people need hope. To reconcile, people need empathy. To heal, people need connection and community.

Music creates empathy, builds connection and gives hope.

Who We Are
‘If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.’
Jimi Hendrix

Since 1999, we’ve been using the power of music for peace-building, connecting people, empowering musicians as social activists, and training local youth as change-makers.

Our long-term commitment allows our participants the time to develop skills and talents, process grief and loss, and build bridges of reconciliation in societies divided by recent or ongoing conflict.

Our mission is to bridge divides, connect communities, and heal the wounds of war using the power of music.
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February 22, 2018 press release
Safety is a guiding principle that steers our work with communities affected by war and armed conflict: to ensure a safe space for everyone who participates in our programs.
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April 16, 2018 program news
On April 14, 2018, the Soroptimist Club Amersfoort organized a major benefit event for Musicians without Borders' project Mitrovica Rock School.
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April 9, 2018 program news
Later this month, we will return to the Landesmusikakademie NRW (Heek, Germany) to run a follow-up training for musicians who are currently working or wish to work with refugees.
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April 4, 2018 program news
U.S.-based musician Jamie Dunphy will take part again this year in our annual World Wide Music Day initiative. Learn more about Jamie and what inspires his work as a musician.
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