Fighting sexual and gender-based violence

This policy brief discusses the need to pay more attention to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in the Republic of South Sudan and outlines challenges that need to be addressed within communities, and at national government and international levels. It outlines a need for policies that, through national and local processes, can help open up dialogue between policymakers and citizens to ensure SGBV is an issue of priority at the national level.

Learning Hub

Our Learning Hub contains more than 1,500 resources to explore. We share lessons from peace processes across the globe and use past experience to shape solutions for the future.

Alternatives to violence: youth-led peacebuilding in Central African Republic

Local peace cells in the Central African Republic Emily Deeming Tue, 09/18/2018 - 11:13

Women preventing conflict in South Sudan

Women peacebuilders in East and Central Africa

East and Central Africa

In East and Central Africa, we focus on peacebuilding in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the intercommunal conflict in the Central African Republic, and the political crisis in South Sudan.

Northern Uganda

The conflict between the Ugandan government and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) became infamous for widespread atrocities and the use of child soldiers. The original Accord 11, published in 2002, documents the history of peacebuilding initiatives and explains the complex story of how they led to more violence. An update in 2010 outlines subsequent developments, including the flawed Juba peace process.
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