Jedrzej Nowe (Poland) is passionate about peace education and youth development, particularly valuing interactions and efforts at the community level, working for and with people. He has worked with youth on topics including conflict transformation, intercultural dialogue, peace building through arts and sports, permaculture and environmentalism in Madagascar, Tunisia, Israel and Palestine, the United States and Poland. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with focus on Cross-Cultural Psychology and a Master’s degree in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. He is particularly interested in combining the fields of social psychology, conflict transformation, systems thinking and complexity to understand drivers, patterns, dynamics and behaviors behind interpersonal and inter group conflicts, and how to navigate those towards peace. In his professional career he has worked for local, national and international entities, focusing on a range of issues from peace building and conflict prevention, human security, peace education, and humanitarian leadership.