Caitlin Wakefield


About Caitlin Wakefield

I wanted to be a correspondent for the Organization for World Peace because I have always been interested in the humanitarian sector, and want to make a difference worldwide in the lives of many innocent citizens that are affected by conflicts within and between countries. I want to deliver a message that there are more peaceful ways to get messages across than violence, terrorism, kidnapping or other similar ways.


Israel Finally Steps Up For Their Neighbours

A six-year civil war has strained the relationship between Syrian groups and has killed over 400,000 people. On January 25, Israel’s Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, surprisingly announced that the country would take in 100 Syrian orphans. They will be given temporary residency papers but will be eligible for permanent residency in four […]


Colombia Takes Further Steps Towards Achieving Peace

A conflict, which started with a Colombian crushed peasant in the 1960s has killed more than 260,000 citizens, led millions more to be displaced, and has led 60,000 extras to officially go missing due to conflicts between leftist guerrillas and right-wing paramilitary groups. One of the main groups, the National […]