This paper assesses the role that peace education can play in addressing young Syrians’ needs and increasing their resilience in the face of violence, displacement and war; in particular their resilience to recruitment by armed groups.
This report sets out research findings on what makes young Syrians vulnerable to recruitment by violent extremist groups in the Syrian conflict and explores sources of resilience to mitigate that vulnerability.
This report aims to help peacebuilders to better capture the impact of integrating gender into peacebuilding projects.
This report is based on research into the gender dimensions of humanitarian interventions in post-conflict settings from a peacebuilding perspective, using the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal as a case study from which lessons can be drawn for other contexts.
This paper explores how the principles of conflict sensitivity can enhance and provide additional considerations for companies conducting human rights due diligence in conflict-affected settings.
This paper looks at the impact of changing patterns of labour migration in Tajikistan.
This report analyses the findings of interviews with almost 800 young people aged between 18 and 34 living in the deprived neighbourhoods of Douar Hicher and Ettadhamen in Tunis, which are marked by high unemployment rates, school dropouts and insecurity.
This evaluation assessed the effectiveness and sustainability of the ‘Business advocacy for peace’ project, the latest three-year phase of Alert´s long running regional work on economy and conflict in the South Caucasus and Turkey.
This report is the product of a research study on social accountability mechanisms in projects funded by multilateral development banks.
This summary presents the findings of an internal mid-term evaluation of the project ‘Partnership for effective and sustainable AU Liaison Offices (AULOs)’.