This film, directed by two filmmakers from either side of the Line of Control in Kashmir, provides an emotive illustration of how conflict has prevented Kashmiris across different faiths from visiting their places of worship.
Lebanon’s model of post-war power sharing and liberal economic growth has been widely praised. But it has failed to deliver for most Lebanese. Repeated outbreaks of political violence since the 1989 Taif Peace Agreement, and today fear of spillover from insecurity in Syria, show that a fundamentally different approach is needed to transform negative and precarious stability in Lebanon into positive and resilient peace.
A landmark agreement between Government officials and NGO representatives of Cote d'Ivoire and Liberia signed to promote the value and importance of security and social cohesion in the border communities.
A landmark agreement between Government officials and NGO representatives of Cote d'Ivoire and Liberia has been signed to promote the value and importance of security and social cohesion in the border communities.
Our new EU-funded project 'Responding to Ebola-driven conflict' will enable local communities in the Mano River border regions to peacefully resolve tensions triggered or exacerbated by the world’s deadliest ever Ebola epidemic.
Set against a backdrop of periodic violence, the Ebola epidemic, weak governance and complex local, national and regional antagonisms, this report documents the greatest sources of insecurity along the Ivorian-Liberian border.
In these short films, you can see the work of a group of young aspiring Armenian and Azerbaijani video journalists that came together to complete a one-year film-production study programme at the 'Dialogue Through Film Academy'.
What happens when young people from either side of the Line of Control (LoC) meet for the first time on neutral territory? We share the intimate reflections from two participants who found common ground and friendship.