Jonathan Cohen, Director of Programmes, talks to the BBC World Service's The History Hour on the origins and legacies of the Georgian-Abkhaz War.
Emma Leslie, Philippines Programme Associate, talks to BBC World News about the recent signing of the Comprehensive Agreement of the Bangsamoro between the Government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, and discusses the importance of effective implementation for the sustainability of the peace agreement.
Caesar Poblicks, East and Central Africa Programme Projects Manager, talks to Al-Jazeera English about the nature of the crisis in Central African Republic and the need to support community-based reconciliation and dialogue, as Catherine Samba-Panza is sworn in as interim president.
Caesar Poblicks, East and Central Africa Programme Projects Manager, talks to Al-Jazeera English about Michel Djotodia's resignation as Interim President in Central African Republic, regional involvement in the country's politics, and what steps can be taken to bring about improved peace and security.
Kennedy Tumutegyereize, East & Central Africa Programme Director, discusses the deteriorating situation in the Central African Republic and responds to the UN Security Council vote to authorise French forces to support African-led International Support Mission. Can the extra troops really make a difference to peace and stability?
Conciliation Resources’ Kristian Herbolzheimer speaks at the third Peace Lens event, which focuses on Transitional Justice in the Bangsamoro. Peace Lens is a series of conversations launched in August 2013 by forumZFD and Bread for the World (Civil Peace Service) in collaboration with the Al Qalam Institute for Islamic Identities & Dialogue in Southeast Asia,Ateneo de Davao University.
On the occasion of the 13th anniversary of UNSCR 1325, the Women Peacemakers Program (WPP), the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) and Conciliation Resources, organised a public event on gender, peace and security. The discussion provided insights and new opportunities for the advancement of UNSCR 1325, including in the light of the newly adopted UNSCR 2122 calling on specific actors to enhance women’s leadership in conflict prevention.
People living in conflict affected areas can often show surprising unity in trying to overcome a divide. This film highlights the impact restricted movement across the LoC has on Kashmiris on both sides on their ability to live out their faith through pilgrimages and shrine visits.
In early 2012 the government of Fiji launched a process that will return Fiji to an elected constitutional democracy in 2014. What does it take to consult a whole country on drafting a new constitution? Our partners at the Citizens' Constitutional Forum present a 26-minute insight that seeks to capture the voice of the people in this process.
Memories Without Borders is a unique Turkish-Armenian-Azerbaijani documentary, looking at the impacts of troubled histories on individual lives today. At the meeting point between official history and personal lives the film challenges audiences to ask: what do we choose to remember about others, and what do others choose to remember about us?