Our partner in Nigeria, Hope Interactive, has been awarded the 2019 LIVIA Award by the LIVIA Foundation in Denmark. The award is given to individuals or organisations from around the world who tackle conflict with courage, creativity and non-violence.
Last week, representatives from Conciliation Resources joined leaders and members of the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF), as they announced their intention to form a political party and end over 20 years of armed opposition against the Ethiopian government.
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A crucial vote in the House of Lords last week saw greater legal protection for aid workers who respond to humanitarian crises, but failed to acknowledge the important need to protect peacebuilders in their work.
On 21 January 2019, a referendum will take place in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) in the Philippines. The vote will decide the future status of the predominantly Muslim region of Western Mindanao, called the Bangsamoro. As we count down the days to this crucial vote, Conciliation Resources and partners are working to ensure voters are adequately informed.
The Global Peacebuilding Coalition, a new effort by the world’s leading peacebuilding and conflict resolution organisations, is pleased to announce Madeline Rose as its Director of Coalition Campaigns and Policy.