A shared statement by peacebuilding organisations - 21 September 2015
The first national Peace Week in the Central African Republic was launched last Friday 18 September. The festival of inclusivity focused on themes of peace and social cohesion, reconciliation and the application of the rule of law.
We are lucky to work with a range of partners from across the world. Watch this video to have a small insight into why all of us together believe peacebuilding is crucial.
21 September is the International Day of Peace. To mark this we wanted to highlight why peacebuilding is crucial. These facts and figures provide a small insight in to how violence is impacting the lives of those living in fragile states.
Join us next Friday 18 September for a conversation on Colombian migration and exile. It will also look at ways that those who have lived through it can utilise their experiences to contribute to the Colombian peace process
Barbara Sanga, 22 years old, shares her journey as a youth peace leader and why women have a key role to play in peacebuilding in the Central African Republic.
Whilst the term ‘political settlement’ has gained prominence recently amongst academics, practitioners and policymakers, there is still a considerable lack of clarity of what it actually is.
The Interfaith Peace Platform has won an international peace award for its work to reconcile Muslims and Christians in the hope of restoring lasting peace in the Central African Republic.
The first ever cross Line of Control (LoC) forum for journalists analysed the role of media on both sides of Kashmir in the context of peacebuilding in the region.