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Women's meaningful participation in peace

Jan 2017
Women's meaningful participation in peace
It is widely acknowledged that women’s meaningful participation in peace processes is fundamental to ensuring a sustainable and transformative peace. However there is still much to be learned about how to move forward in practical terms. Each peace process offers an opportunity to innovate and contribute to the global knowledge on how to improve the quality of a peace process.

Perspectives of non-state armed groups in the Central African Republic

Jan 2017
Members of armed groups in northern CAR
For a number of years Conciliation Resources has been a proponent of engagement with armed groups to further a peace process. In the Central African Republic, insights into the factors that influence individuals to join and stay with armed groups, as well as the factors which prevent them from leaving, are valuable in understanding ways to approach and design peacebuilding initiatives.

Disarmament of the heart

Dec 2016
Reconciliation in the Central African Republic
This policy brief addresses the aftermath of the conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) and outlines a forward-looking political solution that, through national and local reconciliation processes, can help create new relationships of trust between citizens and the state.

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Women's meaningful participation in peace

Jan 2017
Women's meaningful participation in peace
It is widely acknowledged that women’s meaningful participation in peace processes is fundamental to ensuring a sustainable and transformative peace. However there is still much to be learned about how to move forward in practical terms. Each peace process offers an opportunity to innovate and contribute to the global knowledge on how to improve the quality of a peace process.

Perspectives of non-state armed groups in the Central African Republic

Jan 2017
Members of armed groups in northern CAR
For a number of years Conciliation Resources has been a proponent of engagement with armed groups to further a peace process. In the Central African Republic, insights into the factors that influence individuals to join and stay with armed groups, as well as the factors which prevent them from leaving, are valuable in understanding ways to approach and design peacebuilding initiatives.

Disarmament of the heart

Dec 2016
Reconciliation in the Central African Republic
This policy brief addresses the aftermath of the conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) and outlines a forward-looking political solution that, through national and local reconciliation processes, can help create new relationships of trust between citizens and the state.