The Peace and Development makers Forum is an initiative launched by youth groups from Africa, Europe, Asia and the Arab region under the umbrella of International Alliance for Peace and Development (Geneva), on the sidelines of the 41st Session of the UN Human Rights Council. This forum has been launched to organize and unite youth efforts and communicate their voices to decision makers at the international, regional and national levels. It also seeks to maintain youth contribution to the formulation of policies for global peace and sustainable development. The Forum aims to contribute to silencing guns and bullets’ voices and achieving sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations within the framework of the 2030 Agenda. It relies on mobilizing youth efforts and engaging them in a positive and sustained dialogue that transcends geographical and political boundaries; respects cultural and ideological diversity and human rights principles, as well as, benefits from the tremendous progress in communication technologies.