Moe Sasaki

Moe SasakiMoe Sasaki is a designer, facilitator, and coordinator for peace and problem-solving training programs in Northeast Asia, South Asia, and Africa. She currently works with IC Net Limited, a Japanese development consulting company. Moe is also a trainer for the United Network of Young Peacebuilders for the Asia Pacific region and has been supporting the United Nations Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs in representing Northeast Asian youth in peace and security efforts. She has served as a former administrator for the Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (NARPI) in Korea. She holds a BA in Development Studies from the International Christian University in Japan. For the past five years, Moe has worked with NGOs and in the private sector to equip and empower citizens and young professionals to become agents of positive change in their communities to take initiatives in building bridges between people from conflicting identities. Moe’s passion lies in mobilizing citizens to take ownership in peacebuilding, as it is her belief that lasting and sustainable peace stems from individual acts that inspire a community and create a culture of peace that is not easily shaken.

Course for 2020: Understanding Culture and Identity as a Resource for Peacebuilding (UCIRP)