This report outlines the process for developing a 'Vision for Peace' with business communities and provides five 'Action Plans' showcasing how business actors can engage in contributing to social cohesion in Pakistan.
This policy brief provides key ways in which the National Mineral Policy can minimise differences between businesses and local communities in Pakistan.
This paper calls for a new generation of initiatives, approaching the marble industry as a platform to manage competing interests peacefully and to create the conditions necessary for sustainable economic growth and peace.
This study examines the impact of the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda (PRDP) on peace and conflict in the region.
This paper summarises the findings of a nationwide survey by International Alert and the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies about the public's perceptions of security.
This paper focuses on the outcomes of a nationwide survey on the Lebanese public’s perceptions of the security implications of the Syrian refugee presence.
This paper seeks to provide a context analysis of the complex and evolving interaction between non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the security services in Lebanon, which have shown some constructive aspects in the past decade.
This report outlines the preliminary findings from our survey of young people in the Tunis suburbs of Douar Hicher and Ettadhamen – two neighbourhoods marked by high unemployment rates, school drop-outs and insecurity.
This paper highlights the experiences of both a peacebuilding practitioner and a diaspora partner in implementing cross-community dialogue work in the UK for the objective of long-term peace in Sri Lanka.
This UNICEF UK commissioned report, co-authored by the Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and International Alert, adds to a growing body of research which emphasises the role of climate change and environmental stress as a ‘threat multiplier’ in terms of stability and security.
This paper describes the Syrian diaspora in the UK and outlines the potential for Syrians living in the UK to contribute to building peace in Syria.
In 2013, the Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme conducted research on the 2011 post-electoral violence in northern Nigeria. Fast forward to 2015 and the scenario looks similar with the same set of actors. But is Nigeria still vulnerable to the post-electoral violence as experienced in 2011? Has anything changed in the polity?
This report outlines the findings of a comparative study by a group of experts from different sides of the Nagorny Karabakh conflict into the mechanisms for conflict transformation in the context of the Basque Country.
Данная публикация представляет собой сравнительный анализ баcкского конфликта и методов его урегулирования в нагорно-карабахском контексте, подготовленный группой экспертов с разных сторон нагорно-карабахского конфликта.
This guide is designed to support Department for International Development (DFID) advisers in gaining a greater understanding of the importance and complexity of the links between conflict, climate and environment.
The post-independence history of Burundi until 2005 has been largely marked by violent conflict and genocide, the numerous legacies of which continue to cast their shadow over Burundian society. The peacebuilding process remains a fragile one.
This report examines the role of gender in peacebuilding in Nepal, which emerged from a ten-year civil war in 2006.