The recent experience of a temporary ceasefire by both the Afghan Government, and, for the first time since they were ousted from power in 2001, the Taliban, could be a first step on an incremental journey towards peace. But what should happen next and how can this gradual progress towards peace be supported?
Imagine Peace is a new portrait exhibition that celebrates Colombian women of the diaspora living in the UK and Spain. The exhibition will take place at the London College of Communication studio in the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre from 6-8 July 2018.
Marina Elbakidze is Project Coordinator at the Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development (CIPDD). She talks about the importance of peacebuilding partnerships in the Georgian-Abkhaz context.
Asida Shakryl was the co-director of The Center for Humanitarian Programmes, one of Conciliation Resources’ longest standing partners in the Caucasus. She shares her positive experience of peacebuilding through partnership.
Froilyn Mendoza is the head of the Teduray-Lambangian Women’s Organisation (TLWOI), one of our partner organisations working in the Philippines. She travelled to London earlier this year to take part in our three-day workshop on partnerships, we asked her about her partnership journey with us.