This report seeks to understand some of the issues faced by the residents of Rwanda's rural settlements (imidugudu) programme and explore ways in which various partners can support them to solve these problems.
This summary presents the findings of an evaluation of Alert's Business for Peace project in Uganda, funded by the Swedish embassy/Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) from August 2011 to February 2015.
This summary outlines the findings of an evaluation of the ‘Strengthening civil society’s voice’ project in Liberia.
This summary presents in brief the findings of an internal evaluation carried out in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan in February–March 2015 of the three-year project ‘Upstream conflict prevention in Central Asia’ (UCPCA).
The aim of this paper is to explore some of the gender dimensions of multinational companies’ operations in fragile and conflict-affected areas by highlighting several issues across the extractive and agroindustry on a thematic level.
This paper presents the findings from a case study research comparing the impact on social cohesion of segregated and mixed schooling systems of Lebanese and Syrian refugee students.
International Alert's Senior Adviser on the Caucasus, Natalia Mirimanova, writes on the topic of Abkhazia and trade in the latest issue of the swisspeace and Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs journal, Politorbis.
This report assesses the impact of mining companies’ community investments on local populations, as well as the impact of mining operations on local socio-economic development and conflicts in Mali.
This report seeks to address some of the important questions related to the business of small-scale cross-border trade between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda.
This report presents the findings of research on the prevention of sexual and gender-based violence in Mogadishu and south central Somalia.