Whilst the term ‘political settlement’ has gained prominence recently amongst academics, practitioners and policymakers, there is still a considerable lack of clarity of what it actually is.
The Interfaith Peace Platform has won an international peace award for its work to reconcile Muslims and Christians in the hope of restoring lasting peace in the Central African Republic.
The first ever cross Line of Control (LoC) forum for journalists analysed the role of media on both sides of Kashmir in the context of peacebuilding in the region.
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As Bougainville continues on its journey in implementing its peace agreement, Conciliation Resources has strengthened its relationship with one of the island’s foremost peace advocates, Sister Lorraine Garasu.
As part of our Accord project on the peace process in Nepal, we highlight some lessons that Nepal can draw from Aceh and Sri Lanka following a natural disaster.
This film captures Conciliation Resources’ ‘Trading for peace’ initiative in Kashmir and is winner of Bond’s International Development ‘Positive Collaboration’ award.
Local populations living in conflict zones often bear the brunt of armed violence. But they are not simply passive victims – their relationships with armed groups are much more complex, and can offer opportunities for building peace. A new Conciliation Resources’ publication Local engagement with armed groups: in the midst of violence, looks at how communities have been able to influence the behaviour of armed groups away from violence.