Media and Modern Conflict: A Role for Peace

 

International Alert is bringing back the very successful photographic exhibition, Media and Modern Conflict: A Role for Peace just in time for the Olympics, in partnership with Getty Images and Panos Pictures.

 

Media and Modern Conflict: A Role for Peace

International Alert, in partnership with Getty Images and Panos Pictures, are organising the photographic exhibition Media & Modern Conflict: A Role for Peace, which will be held at SW1 Gallery in London from 1st to 5th May to mark World Press Freedom Day (3rd May).

Peace Talks

International Alert is pleased to invite you to attend the second in a series of Peace Talks on Tuesday 27th September in Brussels on "The Post-Soviet World: 20 Years on the Road to Peaceful Statehood".

Long way to run... for peace!

We catch up with David Roper of 4 Poofs & a Piano about his reasons to support Alert and run for Peace. We asked him some quick fire questions…

1. What made you want to run the marathon for Alert?

I was looking for someone to run for and saw your advert

2. How long have you been running for? How many marathons?

Reintegration of Ex-Combatants Advanced Training Course

International Alert and Transition International are offering a DDR advanced course on reintegration.

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS FOR THIS COURSE ARE NOW CLOSED.

Cost: the course is free of charge

Full board accommodation for the duration of the course is included in the cost. Participants have to be able to commit to attend the course in full.

Course description:

EU challenges in the Mediterranean and Middle East: Time for some humility?

International Alert is pleased to invite you to attend the first in a series of Peace Talks:“EU CHALLENGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND MIDDLE EAST:
TIME FOR SOME HUMILITY?”
on Tuesday 12th April at 18.00 at Hotel Wielemans, Brussels

International Alert at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to London from 24th March – 1st April with a programme packed full of documentaries and dramas set to inspire, inform and trigger debate. This year, in association with the Festival, we are proud to present the opening night film – the UK premiere of Denis Villeneuve’s Academy Award-nominated Incendies.