Legitimacy matters for peace. It defines the social and political deals between states and citizens, and local leaders and communities. The new edition of Accord focuses on legitimacy, and the ways that it can help build more equitable and sustainable peace.
The Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) has abducted over 3,400 Congolese people since 2008. In response to this, Conciliation Resources and 58 other civil society groups have sent a joint letter to the UN peacekeeping mission in the DRC with recommendations on how peacekeepers in LRA-affected zones can better protect civilians.
After almost twenty years in Islington, Conciliation Resources is moving. Our new address is Burghley Yard, 106 Burghley Road, London NW5 1AL.
For the first time since the end of the Nagorny Karabakh war, a group of Armenian and Azerbaijani journalists are working together on a three-part television documentary series – Parts of a Circle – charting the history of the conflict.
A diverse group of participants from across the country are taking part in the Fiji Young Women's Forum. This three-day event provides a space for young women leaders to come together to discuss the specific needs that they have in common, & share perspectives ahead of Fiji’s first election since 2006
Women at a recent summit in Mindanao, Southern Philippines, called on the Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) to include their views in the drafting of the Basic Law for the new Bangsamoro region.
26 Mar 2014
After 17 years of negotiations, the Government of the Philippines will sign a historic peace agreement with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in Manila on 27 March 2014. Conciliation Resources is proud to have played a significant role in mediation support.
Miriam Coronel-Ferrer, Chairperson of the Philippines’ Government peace panel for negotiations with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), spoke to Conciliation Resources about the aims and challenges of the Mindanao peace process as she reflects on the lessons learned from past peacebuilding efforts.