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Disbanding Illegal Armed Groups (DIAG) Program in Afghanistan: Flexibility of Peace Operations through Conflict Sensitive Designs.

By: GEORGINA VÁZQUEZ DE LOS REYES

The assumption that all peace interventions will in fact contribute to achieving peace is certainly obsolete and inaccurate. Peace operations have unintended consequences that might be harmful to the context in which they are taking place. 467 more words

DDR

Women’s essential contribution to peacebuilding

By: Lina Castellanos

Including women in peace negotiation processes is essential to sustainable DDR

efforts. Throughout history, all sorts of arguments have been made to exclude women’s… 407 more words

DDR

CRCPD's public lecture by Prof. John Paul Lederach - 'Mobilizing the moral imagination'

Tomorrow, 1st of December, Professor John Paul Lederach will, in a lecture organised by The Centre of Religion and Conflict in the Public Domain, talk about ‘Mobilizing the moral imagination: Religion in the landscape of fragmentation’. 325 more words

Religion

Remembering the peacemaker priest in Northern Ireland: Father Gerry Reynolds

By Joram Tarusarira

The only way forward is the conversation, the meeting, the dialogue…’ Fr. Gerry Reynolds

30 November 2016 marks one year after the death of Gerry Reynolds, a Redemptorist Catholic priest based at Clonard Monastery in Belfast in Northern Ireland, who passed away at the age of 82. 2,399 more words

Peacebuilding

Sustainable peace: Driving the African Peace and Security Architecture through ECOWAS

The APSTA Peacekeeping This Month is pleased to share with you a research paper co-authored by Amanda Lucey and Moyosore Arewa, at the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), titled… 215 more words

African Peacekeeping