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Malika organises and facilitates discussion clubs in her hometown of Tokmok, she encourages open discussions with critical thinking and is a role model for many other young people in her region.
Ndeye Sow has worked for International Alert for over 25 years in gender and peacebuilding. For International Women's Day, we sat down with her to discuss why we must take gender into account when it comes to peacebuilding, the changes she has seen over the course of her career and what she sees as the future of gender and peacebuilding.
Preventing and reducing potential for conflicts among adolescents and youth, as well as strengthening the social cohesion of the community of the Yuryevka aiyl aimak, Kyrgyzstan.
Emerging community leaders, aged between 23 and 30, from all regions of Mindanao are invited to apply for the four-month Mindanao Young Leaders Programme.
It’s time for global actors - governments, businesses, financial institutions – to take urgent action to ensure that peacebuilding is at the heart of the climate solution, ensuring a safe and prosperous future for all.
We published 15 full-length reports in 2019, including dispatches from the borderlands of Nepal and the experiences of survivors of domestic violence in Tajikistan.
Statement from Conciliation Resources, International Alert, Peace Direct and Saferworld concerning a possible merger of the Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Katana Gégé Bukuru, Executive Director of the women’s right organisation SOFAD has won this year’s Defender of Democracy Award for her work on drawing attention to the need for peace, respect for human rights and the protection of women in eastern DRC.
With campaigning in full swing for the UK general election on 12 December, a look at how the major parties measure up on peacebuilding commitments.
Conflict is likely in Iraq, Iran, Mali, Nigeria, India and Pakistan over next 12 months.
An unintended consequence of the Maguindanao massacre was to draw attention to a huge underground economy that undergirds the political authority and legitimacy of Mindanao’s political entrepreneurs. The revelation by US authorities over the palpable impact of “narcopolitics’ in the May 10 2010 elections, and the recent busting of small-scale drug labs in Metro-Manila, Cotabato City, and in several towns of Lanao del Sur underscore this reality, alongside the discovery of a huge cache of arms and ammunition controlled by violent clans.
Join us to share the voices of survivors and activists working to end violence against women and make sure their efforts to stop abuse are heard.
The eruption of violence and the declaration of martial law in Maguindanao expose the dynamics of collaboration and conflict between allies who advance their interests in conditions of war. Without this backdrop, the recent declaration of martial law will be viewed as baseless, unnecessary, and rife with hidden agendas.