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.
A new report provides compelling evidence of the broad and negative impact of terrorist listing on peace and conflict resolution efforts in some of the most difficult conflict settings around the world. Dr Teresa Dumasy examines the implications.
A group of youth from either side of the Line of Control (LoC) met in Cape Town, South Africa to share perspectives and discuss opportunities for peace in divided Kashmir.
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.
Conflict-affected communities in the Central African Republic feel more empowered to advocate for peaceful change and to contribute to policy and dialogue processes.
The Karabakh Contact Group – an initiative to bring together Armenian and Azerbaijani experts to discuss the Nargorny Karabakh conflict – met in December in Washington.
To mark International Women's Day, this infographic captures women's participation in peace negotiations and shows how they are building peace around the world.
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'.
Watch our 2014 highlights video and discover the stories behind the headlines