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.
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
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.
Our newly designed website is here to help make your exploration of our work easier, plus it is now responsive so looks great on mobiles and tablets.
Local populations living in conflict zones often bear the brunt of armed violence. But they are not simply passive victims – their relationships with armed groups are much more complex, and can offer opportunities for building peace. A new Conciliation Resources’ publication Local engagement with armed groups: in the midst of violence, looks at how communities have been able to influence the behaviour of armed groups away from violence.