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To sustain development and prevent conflict, former foes have agreed to work together to build peace, and secure the communities they live in.
Young people like Jean Claude who are trying to cope with the consequences of transgenerational trauma associated with the genocide perpetrated against the Tutsi In Rwanda being passed down.
Hajja advocates and champions for the better welfare of women and girls seeking refuge at an internally displaced people camp in Nigeria.
Young women from Tataouine, Tunisia, share the realities of emigration, employment opportunities, violence and political engagement, from the viewpoint of women in the region, using this documentary.
Youth-friendly healthcare services are one way of addressing the marginalisation of young people, writes Mariam Abdel Bak of International Alert Tunisia.
Congratulations to the 17 community and civil society leaders who joined the first network of restorative justice (RJ) practitioners in the Bangsamoro, as they successfully completed the pilot run of the 12-week RJ training course pioneered by International Alert Philippines through the support of the Australian Embassy in the Philippines.
Moving face-to-face peacebuilding training courses online sometimes requires designing them from scratch, writes Vesna Matovic.
At this event International Alert will share findings from its report ‘Peace is the cure: How SDG 16 can help salvage the 2030 Agenda in the wake of COVID-19’.
International NGOs call for Nigerian government to meet people's demands peacefully.
One year on from the October 2019 protests and facing national crises, what are the outlooks for recovery and peaceful change in Lebanon?
If community oriented security is better coordinated, more inclusive and accountable in their decision-making, then communities will be better able to manage security and conflict threats, thereby contributing to improved resilience, stabilisation and social cohesion.
Returning home home after bing abducted by Boko Haram, Nursa received psychosocial support that helped her deal with post-traumatic stress disorder, rejection, and stigmatisation.
Psychosocial support sessions for women and girls are where survivors of abduction meet in peer groups to share their experiences, pour out their shared pain and find commonality in their plight.
Auwalu shares his knowledge and expereince of reconciling and reintegrating young women who have been rejected by their families, because they had been abuducted by Boko Haram, with his colleageues, which has greatly increased social cohesion within the community.
Ruqayya now helps women and girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram to heal, which in turn helps her to heal the pains from her own expereince.
To mark International Day of Non-Violence, peacebuilding organisation International Alert presents a series of short films shedding light on violence faced by marginalised communities in Tunisia – almost 10 years after the revolution.
Young people in Tunisia are calling on their communities to stand up against violence in a series of short films shedding light on the violence faced by marginalised communities in Tunisia – still rife almost 10 years after the revolution.