As part of a four-country research project on gender in peacebuilding, this report examines the case of Colombia, where society has been deeply affected by both decades of armed conflict as well as high levels of criminal violence.
This study highlights a range of insights and opportunities to enhance how the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank approach project financing in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
This study provides an insight into the situation of young people in Uganda by highlighting the challenges they face and their impact on peace and security.
This report explores the problem posed by the complex relationship between organised crime, armed violence and fragility.
This research was commissioned by International Alert as part of the project, 'Support to Conflict Reduction through Improving Health Services in the Context of the Syrian Crisis', which aims to reduce tensions between Lebanese host communities and Syrian refugees through improved healthcare services.
Youth unemployment in fragile contexts is increasingly highlighted as a security concern and therefore as a priority policy area. The purpose of this report is to contribute to the hotly debated topic of youth unemployment from a peacebuilding perspective.
This report assesses the potential costs and benefits of rehabilitating the South Caucasus railways, in particular the Kars–Gyumri–Nakhichevan–Meghri–Baku railway.
'Looking at the world in a different way' reflects on our work and impact in 2013. In this report we share just some of the ways we brought people together from across conflict divides in 2013.
This report looks at whether Nigeria's youth – and by extension the country as a whole – stand to be winners or losers from government responses to unemployment.
This study intends to demonstrate how key stakeholders in the oil industry in Uganda can play a role in insulating communities from its risks and ensuring its gains are equitable and inclusive.