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Sarajevo, one hundred years later by Mirjana Kosic

Last month commemorations were held to mark 100 years since the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand - and the beginning of the chain of events that led to World War One. Mirjana Kosic, Insight on Conflict's local correspondent for the Western Balkans, looks at how, a century later, the events of 1914 still cause division in Bosnia and Herzegovina.This article was originally published on Insight on…See More
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Twenty years on, the Rwandan genocide festers across the border by Dr Denise Bentrovato

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Dr Denise Bentrovato looks at how the Rwandan genocide and it's aftermath is perceived across the border in DR Congo.

This article was originally published on Insight on Conflict. Insight on Conflict is Peace Direct's online resource for local peacebuilding and human rights in…

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The case for Responsibility to Protect principle in Nigeria by Michael Olufemi Sodipo

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Can civil society actors in Nigeria ensure the government upholds the Responsibility to Protect resolution?

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Working safely with communities: how to mitigate risks? by Aditi Gorur

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 Aditi Gorur highlights the risks facing researches and participations working together in conflict-affected communities.

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ICTs in conflict early warning – possibilities and challenges by Charles Martin Shields

Posted on July 11, 2014 at 4:50am 1 Comment

How are organisations using communication technology (ICTs) for conflict early warning and prevention? The article looks at three models being used on the ground in Africa to better understand good practice when using ICTs for peacebuilding.

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At 9:55am on October 8, 2012, Thushara Witharana said…

Welcome,

I think we can share our knowledge. also it is help my writings. in these days we (with my wife) write a advance conflict resolution book in sinhala medium for Sri lankan readers.


so I like to join with you and read your publications.

At 2:15pm on July 1, 2012, Pax Populi said…

Hello fellow Peacemakers I would like to introduce you to PaxPopuli a growing organisation with a working objective is to assist Afghan nationals in creating a peaceful society through supporting initiatives to advance peace through education and economic development within a framework of human rights.

 
 
 

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