Policy Issues Related to Peace, Conflict and Development (253)

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Sexual assaults against aid workers: it's time to take a stand (please fill out this survey)

Sexual assaults against aid workers: it's time to take a stand crossposted from the Guardian Development Network, see http://www.theguardia

Started by Craig Zelizer

1 Aug 21
Reply by Rich Roth

Israel-Iran Hostility Challenged At Grass Roots

Hostility between Israel and Iran -- over the US-Iranian nuclear control agreement -- has never been worse.  Israel has made an intensive l…

Started by Ari Rusila

2 Aug 10
Reply by Eyob Asfaw

Gender and peace after 2015 …and why communication should be more than a cross cutting approach

I wanted to share with the Network my recent article on Gender and Peacebuilding in the Sustainable Development Goals debate, and the role…

Started by Valentina Bau

4 Jul 21
Reply by Alice Norah

How can humanitarian action be used to build peace and foster reconciliation in S&C Asia?

When nations in the midst of protracted conflict or in political transitions are faced with sudden-onset disasters, how can humanitarian ac…

Started by B Donith

0 Jul 6

Twenty-First Century Ghana: Have Perspectives about Women’s Rise to Public Office Changed?

Following the commentaries that have been passed, after the appointment of Mrs. Osei, as a replacement to Afari Gyan; I cannot but wonder w…

Started by Inusah Mohammed Awall

0 Jun 30

New Report from the High-level Independent Panel on UN Peace Operations

Thanks to Mel Duncan from the Nonviolent PeaceForce for passing this along to PCDN .As Mel wrote "This is the most prominent recognition of…

Started by Craig Zelizer

0 Jun 29

The United States Geo-Strategy Towards Russia and Eastern Europe in the Face of Security Challenges

Dear colleagues,i thought it important to share with you my latest newspaper article i authored and published by Global South Development M…


0 Jun 16

New Report, Building Peace in Permanent War Peacebuilding In A War Without End

For those interested in peace and the non-violent resolution of conflict the prognosis is not good. Not just because the war on terror keep…

Started by Craig Zelizer

1 Jun 4
Reply by Bjoern Kunter

If she gets her way, poverty-stricken children will have better options than what they have now.

For more information about Lumos and our work helping millions of children worldwide regain the right to family life, visit wwww.wearelu…

Started by Jamie Vernaelde

0 Apr 22

New Publication: British Foreign Policy and the Arab Spring

Dear Colleagues,  I thought you might be interested in our recent publication ‘British Foreign Policy and the Arab Spring’ I have attached…

Started by Phil Leech

0 Mar 23


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