Human Rights

AfP Convenes New Nonviolent Movements & Conflict Transformation Affinity Group

On September 14th, AfP held the inaugural meeting of the Nonviolent Movements and Conflict Transformation Affinity Group […]

ISIS crimes against the Yazidi: It’s genocide

By Liz Hume, Senior Director for Programs & Strategy at the Alliance for Peacebuilding Published on The […]

The Power of Artistic Creativity in Preventing Electoral Violence in Côte d’Ivoire (Spring 2016)

By Schmitt, Manager Conflict and Crisis Practice, Chemonics International The escalation of violence in Côte d’Ivoire after the […]

Building a More Peaceful World at the Local and International Level (Spring 2016)

By Keyvan Aarabi, Doctor in Conflict Analysis & Resolution Peace or its absence can only be understood for those […]

Female traditional leaders pave the way for fair representation in traditional courts in South Sudan (Spring 2016)

By Angelique Reid, UNDP Elected as traditional leaders, Cizarina Ayuru and Susan Kaino preside over civil cases […]

Peacebuilding Field Responds to Burundi’s Escalating Violence

“There is ample opportunity for Burundian citizens and the international community to come together to de-escalate tensions,” […]

Transforming the Trauma of War Through Theater (Fall 2015)

October 27, 2015
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by Sol Kelley-Jones I am facilitating a participatory workshop for a group of young adults at Wi’am*, […]

CVE Digest: Human Rights & Democracy

What Lies Ahead for Obama’s Countering Violent Extremism Program? Emma Green, The Atlantic March 17, 2017 Countering […]

From agreement to action: Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies through the 2030 Agenda

Ahead of the UN Sustainable Development Summit 2015, Saferworld has produced a new briefing: From agreement to […]

Peace Makes the Cut

People – Planet – Prosperity – Peace – Partnership by Melanie Greenberg These 5 P’s form the […]