Truthloader extended interview: "The press 'is confused' on the Central African Republic"

Caesar Poblicks, East and Central Africa Projects Manager, talks to ITN's Truthloader about the oversimplification of media coverage of the Central African Republic crisis.

Al-Jazeera English interview: Catherine Samba-Panza sworn in as CAR Interim President

Caesar Poblicks, East and Central Africa Programme Projects Manager, talks to Al-Jazeera English about the nature of the crisis in Central African Republic and the need to support community-based reconciliation and dialogue, as Catherine Samba-Panza is sworn in as interim president.

Matar Chaib: The peace day truce

Matar Chaib lives in a war zone. His town of Bria, in the Central African Republic, has been controlled by warring armed groups since 2013. Despite living at the heart of conflict, he knew that peace was possible, and knew that he could make a change to help protect the people of the town.

“Peace is our future”: Youth peace committees in Central African Republic

Emma and Ngala were still at school when conflict broke out in Central African Republic (CAR). Their school was in the 4th arrondissement - one of Bangui’s eight districts which was hit particularly hard by the violence.

“I just want to live like a normal man”: What’s stopping CAR disarming?

The ongoing instability in the Central African Republic (CAR) is not a religious conflict. There are undoubtedly some religious elements to it, but the popular story that it is an intractable war of Muslims versus Christians – of former Séléka rebels versus anti-Balaka vigilantes – is far too simplistic.

Listening to children in the midst of conflict

Julienne Mouala first learnt about child psychology when she started working as a young teacher at a school in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR). Now she helps young people affected by the conflict.

Talking forgiveness in the Central African Republic

Pastor Marcelin Ndebalet Mesmin has more reason than most to want revenge. In 2002 his father was killed by rebels in the Central African Republic (CAR) - 11 years later his 16 year-old-daughter was also killed:

Talking to armed groups: Ibrahim Abraham

Over the last year, the Central African Republic has seen a dramatic increase in levels of violence.  An estimated two thirds of the country is controlled by armed groups and the province of Hotte Kotto is one of the worst affected.

The voice of voiceless women: Tatiana Vivienne

Tatiana Vivienne is the founder and Executive Director of Femmes Hommes Action Plus (FHAP), an organisation that supports women who escape from the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) to return and reintegrate into their communities.