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PeaceOnearth, the online platform where African activists, artists and thinkers share and create art, is one of the fastest-growing platforms in the African diaspora.
The platform aims to create a new way of communicating with each other and to inspire people to stand up for their rights.
But its founders say it’s also important to stand together and build a network of like-minded people who can work together to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
The idea of using a platform like PeaceOn Earth to spread peace is an innovative one, says Alia Mabior, who started the platform in 2017 as an independent art collective.
In Africa, Mabiors own artwork and designs have been featured in numerous art exhibitions around the world, and she is now in the process of launching her own work gallery.
But she says that while PeaceOnEres has helped build relationships with African artists and writers, it’s not only about art.
“In Africa, the art scene is very fragmented.
The art world is not that diverse and the media landscape is very limited,” she says.
The platforms have seen a surge in interest in Africa, and many artists and artists’ collective members have chosen to launch their own projects, creating new kinds of artworks, and creating an environment that encourages discussion and collaboration.
Mabori says PeaceOnElec, which launched in 2016, is an example of a platform that promotes dialogue between the people who create it and the people that use it.
“We wanted to create an ecosystem for artists, people who want to create, and people who share their art and their stories,” she explains.
“This is what we call a community.”
The platform is open to anyone, including artists and musicians.
It has been used by artists from all walks of life, from artists to journalists, academics, teachers, and others.
It’s also an important tool for journalists and other activists, Mibior says.
“It’s really empowering for them to be able to speak to people from all different backgrounds,” she adds.
“When people use the platform, they’re also able to share their thoughts, ideas, and experiences.”
Mabiour says Peace OnElec has seen a steady increase in participation from Africans since its launch.
“The number of people who have joined has increased every month since we launched it,” she tells Al Jazeera.
She estimates that Peace On Elec has around 30,000 active users.
The founders of PeaceOnEl have seen an increase in users as well.
They have over 1.5 million followers on the platform.
And, as of January, PeaceOn Elec had raised $1.4 million from a total of 1,300 donors, including a total donation of $600,000 from the US.
In addition, the platform has received $100,000 in pledges from a variety of organisations and individuals, including UN agencies.
The creators of Peace OnEl say that their platform aims not just to promote dialogue but also to create opportunities for people to engage in the world.
“Our mission is to create spaces that enable people to connect, to create communities, to work together,” Mabiri says.
This is what it is all about, Mabi says, adding that PeaceOn El has become a vital part of the African conversation.
She believes that Peace on Earth can play a crucial role in achieving that.
“PeaceOnEras has a huge impact, because it connects people across borders, it helps people in different regions to connect and to work on solutions,” Mabi concludes.
Alia Mais, a spokesperson for Peace OnEarth, says that its mission is simple: to help African people in their daily lives, whether they are artists, artists who work in the media, or people who are passionate about the issues that affect them.
She adds that the platform is very much a tool for activists to promote peace in the face of injustice.
“There is a lack of transparency in the art world,” Mais says.
She says that there are very few spaces in the arts where artists can express themselves in the same way as other people, which has led to an environment of exclusion.
“But we can create spaces where artists have an opportunity to create and to speak and to engage,” Maises adds.