Conflict-Affected & Fragile States

Peacebuilding Field Responds to Burundi’s Escalating Violence

“There is ample opportunity for Burundian citizens and the international community to come together to de-escalate tensions,” […]

“Viviamos Encerrados – We Lived Locked In.” Post Conflict and Conflict Rebuilding in Communities Affected By Drug Violence in Latin America: A Case Study in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. (Fall 2015)

By Elizabeth Carrera In 2010, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico was named the most violent city in the world, […]

Voices from South Sudan (Fall 2015)

by Saferworld In South Sudan, people’s voices are rarely heard outside their communities; there’s often a significant […]

Healing Afghanistan: Afghan Peace Educator Is Awarded the 2015 El-Hibri Peace Education Prize (Fall 2015)

The El-Hibri Foundation is delighted to announce that Raz Mohammad Dalili has been awarded the 2015 El-Hibri […]

Sincere Regional Cooperation for Peace in Afghanistan (Fall 2015)

By Naveed Noormal, Brandeis University NATO and the US forces vanquished the Taliban regime in Afghanistan in […]

US must allow an independent investigation of Afghan bombing

By Lisa Schirch and Theo Sitther, Schirch is director of Human Security at the Alliance for Peacebuilding. […]

From agreement to action: Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies through the 2030 Agenda

Ahead of the UN Sustainable Development Summit 2015, Saferworld has produced a new briefing: From agreement to […]

Military Support to Peacebuilding (2014)

Theories of Change on Counter Terrorism, Counterinsurgency and Preventing Violent Extremism (2015)

Peace Makes the Cut

People – Planet – Prosperity – Peace – Partnership by Melanie Greenberg These 5 P’s form the […]