Results Framework 2014

This year, International Alert published its new annual Results Framework, a snapshot of what the organisation achieved in 2014.

The power of youth advocacy

Mohamed Hisham at the focus group discussion at the University of ColomboOver the past few weeks, International Alert has held a series of workshops for young people in Sri Lanka on the topic of youth, media, good governance and advocacy.

Ebola

Amid reports of a possible Ebola resurgence in Liberia, a new research paper by International Alert highlights the need to improve trust between the Liberian public and the government.

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Furthering conflict-sensitive economic governance

Last month, International Alert lent its expertise to the Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute (MPI) by handling a five-day course on conflict-sensitive economic governance (CSEG).

This was the second year running that Alert delivered the module for MPI, a training and research institute based in Davao City in the southern Philippines.

A gendered peace in the Middle East

Speaking at an international conference in Beirut last month, International Alert’s Lana Khattab stressed the importance of taking a ‘gender-relational’ approach when analysing conflict and peace dynamics in the Middle East.

Peace through prosperity

International Alert’s new report, Peace through prosperity, looks at the importance of integrating peacebuilding into economic development.

Striking for engagement

International Alert’s new report, Striking for engagement, analyses state–citizen engagement in post-war Sierra Leone.

Volunteer at Talking Peace Festival!

International Alert is now recruiting for volunteers to support its Talking Peace Festival, which is returning to London for its second year this autumn around International Peace Day (21 September).