Diez hojas de información de doble cara que dan un resumen breve de cada uno de los contextos conflictivos en los que trabajamos, además de un resumen de Accord y nuestro trabajo de incidencia en políticas públicas.
At a time when young people worldwide are recognised for taking the lead in changing their societies, this participatory research is aimed at finding the perception and level of awareness of Kashmiri youth about their rights and duties. It also examines the social and political change they want to see, and what they need to effect this change in Kashmir.
This opinion poll, the first ever of its kind, constitutes a part of the larger study report on Cross-Line of Control (LoC) trade and is presented at this stage as an interim report, inviting wider public and policy debate on the issue.
IRF and CPDR - organisations based on either side of the divide - have engaged with prominent economists from the region to undertake comprehensive research with stakeholder inputs. Through this they intend to suggest a workable roadmap for realising the full economic and peacebuilding potential of the Cross-LoC trade.
'Interaction on education could serve as a catalyst for stabilisation in Kashmir'. This study, by Ambassador (Rtd) Arif Kamal and Dr Siddiq Wahid, explores the scope for such cooperation across the Line of Control.
Kashmiri women know that their role in peacebuilding is important. However, as this report by Ayesha Saeed for Conciliation Resources reveals, their perspectives on peace and conflict vary in different regions.