Mediation & Negotiation & Dialogue

AfP Attends State Department’s 2016 Religion and Diplomacy Conference

AfP’s Deputy Director of Learning & Evaluation, Ms. Sarah McLaughlin, recently attended the 2016 Religion and Diplomacy […]

Monthly Update: Learning and Evaluation (Jul.-Aug. 2016)

Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium (PEC) With funding from the Carnegie Corporation of New York (CCNY), the PEC held […]

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 […]

Istanbul Report on Inter-Religious Peacebuilding

Global Advisory Council Meeting in Istanbul, Turkey – Alliance for Peacebuilding, in partnership with CDA Collaborative Learning […]

Wielding Nonviolence in the Midst of Violence

Case Studies of Good Practices in Unarmed Civilian Protection By Ellen Furnari (Editor), Institute for Peace Work […]

8 Key Messages for Next Gen Peace

3 full days of programming. 500 attendees and 153 speakers from 23 countries and 195 different organizations. 49 unique sessions and exhibits on topics as diverse as climate change, trauma healing, electoral violence, race relations in America, storytelling, violent extremism, fragility, systems, technology and evaluation.

Basmatna: Leaving Our Impact on the World Through Virtual Exchange

By Allison Finn, Program Coordinator, Global Nomads Group Learn how Global Nomads Group and Qatar Foundation International […]

The Year in Haiku

By John Paul Lederach Based on a year long experiment to write a haiku a day placed […]

Memoirs of Nepal: Reflections Across a Decade

By John Paul Lederach Reflections from a seasoned peacebuilder on a decade of engagement with nonviolent social […]

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 […]