Resources

« Nous l'aimons tant... que peut-on faire? » : appuyer la réintégration des rescapés de la LRA de retour en RDC et au Soudan du Sud

Aug 2014

Depuis 2008, l’Armée de résistance du Seigneur (Lord’s Resistance Army, LRA) enlève des enfants et des adultes dans les zones frontalières oubliées de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC), de la République centrafricaine (RCA) et du Soudan du Sud. Les milliers de personnes qui survivent à cette épreuve doivent par la suite entreprendre le douloureux processus de réintégrer une vie civile normale. 

Back but not home: supporting the reintegration of former LRA abductees into civilian life in Congo and South Sudan

Aug 2014
Thousands of children and adults have been abducted by the LRA. This report examines the experiences of those who return home. It looks at the difficulties of reintegration and proposes concrete ways to ease this process and lessen the impact on communities.

Lebanon: a fate beyond its control? (Open Security)

Sep 2012
With violence in Syria making the headlines, Zahbia Yousuf and Marie-Joelle Zahar examine to what extent Lebanon can be responsible for its own fate, plus who's working to build peace, and how.

People’s perspectives on instability in West Africa: Case study report

Mar 2012
A case study report focusing on the peacebuilding perspectives of people living in the Mano River Union (Libera, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire), Nigeria (Plateau and Niger Delta States) and Casamance (Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Gambia).

'When will this end and what will it take?': People's perspectives on addressing the Lord's Resistance Army conflict

Nov 2011
What do those people directly affected by the Lord's Resistance Army conflict actually think about it? Conciliation Resources' report provides an in-depth study of their perceptions.

The myths that surround the military's power to do good

Mar 2010
Jonathan Cohen of Conciliation Resources and Vanessa Alexander interview Diana Francis about her book 'From Pacification to Peacebuilding' and the myths that surround the military's power to do good.

Building paths to peace: Bo Peace & Reconciliation Movement

Nov 2007
Although Sierra Leone's rural population remains traumatised and divided after the war, with the right support it can heal itself. This report from Conciliation Resources and Bo Peace & Reconciliation Movement gives examples.

CCTS: Presentation by Michael Hammer

Jan 2006
Michael Hammer of Conciliation Resources emphasises in this presentation about peace monitoring, 'the work of actually building peace is being done, and needs to be done, by Sierra Leoneans, Liberians, Guineans and Ivorians themselves.

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