Explore these briefs and reports with the main findings and lessons learned from the Capacities for Peace project.
Conciliation Resources welcomes the ceasefire following three days of military escalation in and around Nagorny Karabakh. As a peacebuilding organisation, which supports dialogue between Armenians and Azerbaijanis, we hope that the ceasefire holds and negotiations are resumed with immediate effect. We believe that the conflict can and must be resolved peacefully.
We have been deeply worried by the extreme statements and threats to further intensify the fighting and ongoing polarisation. Many lives have been lost; numerous homes and livelihoods have also been destroyed.
After twenty-one years leading Conciliation Resources, co-founder and Executive Director Andy Carl is leaving the organisation. Andy has been a continuous source of inspiration, guiding Conciliation Resources to become a recognised force for peace around the world.
Enjoy our top three most viewed multimedia items from the past year. We were pleased to see these grabbed the attention of our peacebuilding community.
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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.
A shared statement by peacebuilding organisations - 21 September 2015
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.