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Local Correspondents sought for: Chad, Georgia, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Jordan, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tunisia, Yemen, Zimbabwe

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Project Manager (Kismayo), Peace Direct

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3 days/week or possibly full time @ £30,000 f/t Pt 1 on 2 pt scale, London EC2Job purposePeace Direct is an international NGO that supports local peacebuilding in conflict zones worldwide. We have…Continue

Local Correspondents sought for: Chad, Georgia, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Jordan, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tunisia, Yemen, Zimbabwe

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Website intern (Insight on Conflict), London, UK

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Peace Direct is looking an intern to join our team in our London officeOur vision is a world where the work and knowledge of local peacebuilders is central to all strategies for managing conflict.…Continue

 

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The political situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) is fragile. If the current National Transition Council (CNT) is to bring peace, it will need the support of civil society groups able to reach the population and defend their needs. Martine Kessy Ekomo-Soignet gives a summary of how civil society can contribute to the peace process in CAR.This article was originally published on…See More
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Local Correspondents sought for: Chad, Georgia, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Jordan, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tunisia, Yemen, Zimbabwe

Insight on Conflict provides information on local peacebuilding organisations in areas of conflict. We feature profiles of over 800 organisations around the world, as well as blog posts and key resources on peacebuilding. Key to our work is our network of ‘Local Correspondents’, peacebuilding experts who help to research and write about peacebuilding and conflict around the world.Peace Direct is currently seeking ‘Local…See More
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Civil society peacebuilding: central to Central Africa by Martine Kessy Ekomo-Soignet

Posted on January 30, 2015 at 10:11am 1 Comment

The political situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) is fragile. If the current National Transition Council (CNT) is to bring peace, it will need the support of civil society groups able to reach the population and defend their needs. Martine Kessy Ekomo-Soignet gives a summary of how civil society can contribute to the peace process in CAR.

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No way out? Election fever and the prospect of conflict in the Nigerian elections

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Nigeria’s election campaign is hotting up. With voters going to the polls in two weeks’ time, incumbent president Goodluck Jonathan is facing mounting pressure and continuing violence. Kevin McCann reports from a debate at the Royal African Society on what is at stake in Africa’s richest country.

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Prophets and protest in Niger – the reaction to Charlie Hebdo

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Insight on Conflict’s Niger correspondent, Oumarou Gado, is based in Niamey. Here he describes the events of the past week, during which violent protests against the French magazine Charlie Hebdo have led to several deaths.

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History repeating itself? Overcoming the legacy of partition in Pakistan by Zahid Shahab Ahmed

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Anam Zakaria is a young peacebuilder overcoming prejudice, intolerance and mistrust between Pakistan and India. Zahid Ahmed, Peace Direct’s Local Correspondent for Pakistan, speaks to Anam about her work and what drives her.

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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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