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Apoyando la participación significativa de las mujeres en la paz

Explore nuestra infografía interactiva para averiguar cómo apoyar la participación significativa de las mujeres en la paz.

Encourager la participation effective des femmes à la paix

Avec notre infographie interactive, découvrez comment encourager la participation effective des femmes à la paix.

From cooperation to contention

Mar 2017
This publication examines the increasing incidence of violent conflict between pastoralists and farmers in Nigeria. It looks at how previous cooperative relationships have broken down in many communities resulting in unprecedented levels of killing and destruction. The report explores the challenges to developing conflict prevention mechanisms, including the layers of political unsettlement that exist at local, state and federal levels, and identifies potential entry points for local conflict resolution. The publication is part of the Political Settlements Research Programme (PSRP) which explores how international and national interventions can more effectively support inclusive political settlements in fragile and conflict-affected states.

Commonwealth fellowships support peacebuilding in Kashmir

In 2017, the theme of The Commonwealth is 'a peacebuilding Commonwealth'. Conciliation Resources supports peacebuilding across the Commonwealth by hosting Commonwealth Fellows - mid-career professionals from other Commonwealth countries.

Supporting women's meaningful participation in peace

Explore our interactive infographic to find out more about how to support women's meaningful participation in peace.

Empowering women across divided Kashmir

Conciliation Resources’ partners, Atia Anwar and Ezabir Ali are working independently on either side of the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir with women affected by the on-going conflict.

Commonwealth fellowship: Atia Anwer Zoon

Atia Anwer Zoon works across Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) and Gilgit-Baltistan in the Pakistan-administered part of Kashmir. She conducts workshops, trainings, focus group discussions and small meetings with women including those in the Neelam valley, along the LoC – an area that has suffered direct fighting and a lack of economic development due to the conflict.

Commonwealth fellowship: Fayaz Ahmad Dar

Fayaz Ahmad Dar works with young people on the Indian-administered side of Kashmir. He has conducted research and produced reports on the needs and aspirations of around 3,000 youth in the Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Ladakh.

Commonwealth fellowship: Ezabir Ali

Ezabir Ali works with women across the Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Ladakh on the Indian-administered side of Kashmir.

From Ebola survivor to community peacebuilder

At the height of the Ebola crisis, it was estimated that 75 per cent of people contracting the disease were women. As the primary care givers to the sick, as nurses and as traders, women were more exposed to the virus and as such were often ostracised by their communities.

Rien n’est possible sans unité: paroles de femmes après la crise Ebola

Si l’épidémie d’Ebola qui s’est abattue sur l’Afrique de l’Ouest il y a trois ans a touché toutes les catégories de la société, les femmes ont néanmoins été celles qui ont le plus souffert des tensions et du conflit engendré par l’épidémie.

Women's meaningful participation in peace

Jan 2017
Women's meaningful participation in peace
It is widely acknowledged that women’s meaningful participation in peace processes is fundamental to ensuring a sustainable and transformative peace. However there is still much to be learned about how to move forward in practical terms. Each peace process offers an opportunity to innovate and contribute to the global knowledge on how to improve the quality of a peace process.

Je suis en sécurité tant que je reste: paroles de groupes armés en République centrafricaine

La République centrafricaine (RCA) détient une longue et turbulente histoire de conflits violents et d’instabilité politique. Depuis 2013, date à laquelle la dernière crise a éclaté, des efforts considérables ont été faits pour éviter que le pays ne sombre dans le conflit armé

If I stay I am safe: voices of armed groups in the Central African Republic

The Central African Republic has had a long and turbulent history of violent conflict and political instability. Since the most recent crisis erupted in 2013 huge efforts have been made to pull the country back from the brink of armed conflict.