As part of our Accord project on the peace process in Nepal, we highlight some lessons that Nepal can draw from Aceh and Sri Lanka following a natural disaster.
The Bangui National Forum opened this week in CAR. Its objective is to finalise a series of recommendations based on peace and security, justice and reconciliation, and economic and social development for long-term peace.
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.
The workshop was the second in a series of meetings as part of the Limehouse discussion platform on the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict – a continuation of ongoing dialogue that we have facilitated over several years.
We are delighted to announce that Conciliation Resources’ Chief Executive, Andy Carl, has been awarded the Eric Lane Visiting Fellowship.
On 30 April, 'Opportunities Through Unity' network from Azerbaijan presented the main findings of their recent research – New Housing and the Hope to Return.
Conciliation Resources is organising a workshop on ‘The women's movement in the Colombian peace process’ on 10 May.
Conciliations Resources, as part of a Consortium led by the University of Edinburgh’s Global Justice Academy, has been awarded a research bid from the Department for International Development (DFID) to explore political settlements in fragile and conflict affected states.
This film captures Conciliation Resources’ ‘Trading for peace’ initiative in Kashmir and is winner of Bond’s International Development ‘Positive Collaboration’ award.
This film captures how women in The Philippines are building peace and shaping policy to ensure diversity, inclusion and active participation.