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.
The struggle for liberation has been central to the lives of Bangsamoro Women’s Auxiliary Brigade (BIWAB) members Babus Ling, Lani, Rose and Wilma for decades. They joined the Bangsamoro’s struggle for self-determination in the 1970s following horrific personal experiences encountered during the martial law period.
Liana Kvarchelia from our partner The Center for Humanitarian Programmes (CHP) highlights how significant is to include all the sectors of the society in building sustainable peace.
Lying at the centre of a tumultuous region, the Central African Republic and its turbulent history is often overlooked. The book ‘Making sense of the Central African Republic' collects the views of experts and provide in-depth analysis of the country’s instability, history of rebellion and international and regional intervention.
Colombia is conducting the most important peace process in the world, which may terminate the last armed conflict in the American continent. Our Colombia programme director, Kristian Herbolzheimer shares some insights on its latest developments
This week marks seven years of trade across the militarised Line of Control (LoC). As the anniversary is celebrated those involved question if it is time for the governments to take this trade to the next level.
Last week the UN reviews its commitments on women, peace and security in the historic UNSCR1325. How far have women frontline peacebuilders come in terms of leading on global security?
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of the historic UN Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security, we asked some of our partners in The Philippines to share their views on the international community's role in supporting women building peace.
To mark the 15th anniversary of the UN Resolution on Women, Peace and Security, Rosa Emilia Salamanca, director of our partner organisation 'Corporación de Investigación y Acción Social y Económica' (CIASE) shares her thoughts on why women are essential to peacebuilding processes.