Land & Natural Resource Conflicts

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 […]

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 […]

Security 2.0: Dealing with Global Wicked Problems

By Charles Hauss, Senior Fellow for Innovation, Alliance for Peacebuilding AfP’s own Charles Hauss has published his […]

Conservation International Holds Environmental Peacebuilding Workshop in Colombia (Summer 2015)

From Conservation International Conservation International (CI)’s Policy Center for Environment and Peace is piloting a series of […]

The Gold Raider That Changed Tarime (Summer 2015)

From Search for Common Ground The best raider, that’s how Joseph was known. In the impoverished area […]

Monthly Update: Strategic Communications (Fall 2014)

Building Peace Issue 4: Conflicts of the Future, Launched September 17th! On September 17th, Alliance for Peacebuilding […]

USAID Launches Water & Conflict Toolkit for Programming

Competition over natural resources, including water, is often viewed as a driver of conflict and has emerged […]

UN PBSO and UNEP Special issue newsletter: natural resources and peacebuilding

United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office April 4 The UN Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO) in collaboration with the […]

Initiatives for Land, Lives, Peace. Introduction

Land, Lives, Peace. ‘It is the disappearance of arable land that makes enemies out of us’ concluded […]

Surrounded on all Sides: The Effects of Environmental Degradation on Third Party Interventions

Pax in Nuce by Adan E. Suazo, M.Soc.Sc. March 3, 2014 Introduction: Third parties have been essential […]