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?
Watch interviews with the Accord series editor Dr Alexander Ramsbothman, issue editor Elizabeth Picard and issue contributor Joseph Bahout on the latest Accord issue on a positive peace for Lebanon.
Listen to Laurence Broers from our Caucasus team in conversation with BBC Newshour (19 July 2012) on the topic of the de facto presidential elections in Nagorny Karabakh. Find out more by reading our discussion paper on status.
First appearing on The Guardian, 19 April 2012, this 30-minute podcast features our Executive Director Andy Carl and Congolese peacebuilding partner Ernest Sugule on a panel to discuss the Lord's Resistance Army conflict. What needs to happen in the short term to stop the LRA, and in the long term to address the group's legacy and support affected communities?
People living in the midst of conflict often have the greatest insight into its causes. This film is an overview of how the People's Peacebuilding Perspectives (PPP) project brought the opinions of local people to the attention of policymakers, and what's been learned about the participatory process itself. Funded by the European Commission, the PPP project was an 18-month joint initiative between Conciliation Resources and Saferworld.
A series of joint Georgian-Abkhaz documentary films produced by Conciliation Resources together with our partner Studio Re
The series includes:
Vakho and Teo, two Georgian university graduates from Tbilisi set out to to try to understand for themselves what caused the war in Abkhazia, and why fifteen years of peace talks the sides are still no nearer to resolving their differences. Halfway through filming, fighting broke out again over South Ossetia so that war became a reality for a brief period for Vakho and Teo making their search for answers more personal and urgent.