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Military Action Will Not End the War in Syria

According to the World Bank, the Syrian conflict has led to more than 500,000 deaths and forced […]

Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month Statement

In recognition of April as the Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month, AfP urges Congress to pass the […]

AfP 2017 Annual Report

The Alliance for Peacebuilding has published its 2017 Annual Report, highlighting our accomplishments over the past year. […]

A Necessary Good

The Experts Committee on Preventing Mass Violence just released a report to ensure that our next president […]

Monthly Update: Neuroscience and Peacebuilding (Jul.-Aug. 2016)

AfP’s Rewiring the Brain for Peace project is well on its way toward making substantial progress in […]

Humanitarians and Civilians at Risk: Why Peacebuilders and the World Should Care

By Melanie Greenberg, President and CEO of the Alliance for Peacebuilding Published on Peace News Arguing that […]

We ignore occupational stress at our peril – Hearts & minds are at stake

In helping professionals — which includes peace and conflict resolution practitioners — there is increasing recognition that workforces are struggling to cope with unsustainable levels of stress.

What drives people to turn to violent extremism

By Melanie Greenberg, President & CEO of the Alliance for Peacebuilding Published on The Hill A common […]

4 things media outlets do wrong when they cover violent extremism

by Beth Hallowell, Communications Research Director, American Friends Service Committee Reading mainstream media coverage of groups like […]

“We cannot solve the world’s problems with the same thinking that created them.”

By Jennifer Anderson, Global Nomads Group Educator, at Virginia Episcopal School, Lynchburg, VA With the statistics on […]