Advanced options

Latest resources

Lebanon: local capacities for peace

Sep 2015

The effects of protracted conflict in Syria have been keenly felt in Lebanon, host to over one million Syrian refugees. Tensions between host communities and refugees have increased, with a spate of attacks recorded. Municipalities and civil society at the frontline of efforts to respond must be strengthened in their efforts to prevent violence in their localities.

The realm of the possible

Jul 2015

The Gal/i region has long been a focus for controversy in the Georgian-Abkhaz context. It is the southernmost district of Abkhazia, and highly populated by ethnic Georgians, whose living conditions, identity and rights are contested issues that create an uncertain outlook for the future.

Most read

In New Light

May 2015
This new report examines the protection of civilians, the Lord's Resistance Army and the African Union Regional Task Force.

Investing in long-term peace? The new Conflict, Stability and Security Fund

Sep 2014
Joint report
A new £1 billion Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) is set to replace the Conflict Pool (which has supported the UK’s work in addressing conflict and fragility) in April 2015 under the direction of the National Security Council. This brief asks what this change might mean for the direction of the UK's work on conflict prevention.

2012 Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro

Oct 2012
The 2012 Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro, signed between the Philippine Government (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) on 15 October 2012.