With the emergence of the 3D printing industry, how can 3D printing help kids who need upper limbs and fingers?
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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.
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(Originally published at http://www.masterpeace.org/blogs/post/what_did_you_die_for_soldier)
This poem is a tribute to Col MN Rai of the Indian Army, and thousands of others soldiers who die around the world, hopefully believing a worthy cause. Col Rai’s daughter bid him…Continue
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How can remote sensors and satellite imagery make monitoring and evaluation easier and more accurate than pen-and-paper surveys? Find out more…Continue
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Nonviolent Peaceforce Receives Grant to Begin Syria Project
By Mel Duncan, Nonviolent Peaceforce Director of Advocacy and Outreach
Nonviolent Peaceforce has some very exciting news to share with our supporters. In December 2014, Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) received…Continue
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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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By James M. Dorsey
Egyptian-general-turned-president Abdel Fattah Al Sisi’s efforts to lend legitimacy to parliamentary elections scheduled for this spring have gotten off to a murky start with the appointment of a controversial, reportedly United Arab Emirates-backed human rights NGO as one of five foreign election monitors.
The appointment of Norway-based Global Network for Rights and Development (GNRD) alongside four…Continue
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Call for Papers—The Peace Journalist magazine
The Peace Journalist magazine is looking for submissions for our April, 2015 edition.
The Peace Journalist is a semi-annual publication (print and .pdf) of the Center for Global Peace Journalism at Park University in Parkville, Missouri.The Peace Journalist is dedicated to disseminating news and information for and about teachers, students, and practitioners of peace and conflict sensitive…Continue
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An Interview with Jackson Doliscar, Part IIContinue
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Take part in one of the key summer peacebuilding trainings in Asia and the Pacific!
The Mindanao Peacebuilding…Continue
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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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By James M. Dorsey
The United Kingdom’s search for Jihadi John, the masked, British-accented fighter who appears in videos and beheading of foreigners condemned to death by the Islamic State, the jihadist group that controls a swath of Syria and Iraq, has highlighted the significance for militants of soccer as a recruitment and bonding tool. It has also put the spotlight of a small band of Portuguese nationals who have joined the jihadists in recent years.
The British search is…Continue
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By Doug Vilsack, Executive Director, Posner Center for International Development (Colorado)
Shared Space 101
The shared space movement has taken off over the past decade. …Continue
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AFC official ‘happy’ to bar women spectators from stadia
By James M. Dorsey
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has dropped any pretention of standing up for universal standards for equality in sports by endorsing bans on women attending soccer matches in stadia. In doing so, the AFC has confirmed policies adopted by the Asian group as well as world soccer body FIFA that effectively supports autocratic or illiberal democratic regimes in the Middle East and North…Continue
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Amani Institute is proud to announce a new partnership with the United Nations mandated University for Peace’s Center for Executive Education, based in Costa Rica. In this global partnership, Amani Fellows who complete their …Continue
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