Conflict-Affected & Fragile States

If you only go to one event this spring, #PeaceCon2016 should be it.

By Hanna Hayden, Annual Conference Planning Assistant, Alliance for Peacebuilding Originally posted by Peace Times Who should […]

Preventing and Responding to Violent Extremism in Africa: A Development Perspective

Hosted by the Alliance for Peacebuilding and the UNDP  By Daniel Murphy On Friday, April 8th, the […]

The Peace Journalist

Please find attached a copy of the April, 2016 edition of The Peace Journalist, a semi-annual publication […]

ISIS crimes against the Yazidi: It’s genocide

By Liz Hume, Senior Director for Programs & Strategy at the Alliance for Peacebuilding Published on The […]

Rising from the Rubble: Reflections on Disaster Relief in Northeast Japan (Spring 2016)

By Mark Flanigan, Program Director, The Japan ICU Foundation When people think of peace building, they tend to think […]

Transforming Relationships, Building Peace (Spring 2016)

By Martin Jensen and Yupa New, UNDP Myanmar Despite a national ceasefire agreement signed last year between the […]

Mine Clearance Restores Children’s Dream of Education (Spring 2016)

By United Nations Development Program, Cambodia In a normal progression of education, 12-year-old Kimleang should be in 6th […]

Former Fighter Opts for Peace: How UNDP Helps Start New Lives in Safer Communities (Spring 2016)

By Farhad Zalmai Giving up the guns “I loved my gun; it gave me dignity. But it was […]

War Changes Everyone: A Documentary Film Project on the Impact of War on American Children and Families (Spring 2016)

By Susan Hackley, Managing Director of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School A Child’s Guide […]

Women Peacebuilding Leaders Transform Conflict in their Region (Spring 2016)

By Diane Kellogg, Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Student Success Coordinator, EMU – Center for Justice and Peacebuilding In […]