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In South and Southeast Asia we work with local people to improve public security and access to justice, and advise on how businesses can operate in a conflict-sensitive way.

Peace begins…

Peace cannot be imposed from the top or imported from outside. It is built from the ground up. And peace begins with all of us.

Building resilience in Nepal

Disasters can have a devastating effect on people, homes, communities, industries and the wider economy. Complex crises, especially those that hit conflict-affected countries, demand collaborations that address all dimensions of vulnerability and recovery.

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SAFE media Nepal: A safe, able, free and empowered media

This project implemented by International Alert, the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) and Equal Access Nepal (EAN) aimed to ensure a secure, responsible and independent media for the protection and promotion of human rights, democracy and peace in Nepal. The project was implemented from April 2012–June 2014 and the evaluation visit took place from 6–21 August 2014.

How can we build peace in post-earthquake Nepal?

This blog is written by International Alert's Elizabeth Drew and the Overseas Development Institute's Barnaby Willitts-King. It was first published on the World Economic Forum blog. Nepal experienced an armed conflict from 1996-2006. Some 14,000 people lost their lives and thousands more were injured or displaced. The war was the result of deep-set grievances. The country’s marginalised majority – poor, indigenous and ‘lower-caste’ people, youth and women – were angry at being excluded from power, wealth and opportunity in a country largely run by older male Hindu elites.

Alert campaigns to restart peace talks in the Philippines

Alert's Philippines Country Manager Francisco J. Lara Jr. meets with political science students at the University of Mindanao in Davao CityInternational Alert has launched a campaign to push the government and communist insurgents in the Philippines back to the negotiating table.

Coding for good

Over one hundred coders came together in Colombo on 19-20 September for Code for Good Sri Lanka, co-organised by International Alert as part of our #peacehack series.

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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.

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.