What is global peace exchange?

Global Peace Exchange

Global Peace Exchange (GPE) is a program based at Florida State University that coordinates student based exchanges for volunteering and developmental endeavors in countries around the world. The non-profit organization, founded in July 2007 by the current co-founders/directors Nick Fiore, Maria Kuecken and Alex Merkovic, is housed in the Claude Pepper Center for Intercultural Dialogue in Tallahassee, Florida.

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