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Building Peace Through Education

This summer, through my peacebuilding practicum course, I will have the privilege to embark on my first professional peacebuilding initiative in the Kurdish Region of Iraq; as a graduate consultant with… 126 more words

Duhok

Burundi and the Challenges of Evaluating Peace-building Success

Guest post by David E. Cunningham

Recent events in Burundi, where President Pierre Nkurunziza’s decision to seek a third term led to large protests and an unsuccessful coup attempt, bring up important questions about peace-building in post-conflict settings. 749 more words

Civil War

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"...Burundi is by no means unique in this regard in post-conflict settings..." - original author

Burundi and the Challenges of Evaluating Peace-building Success

Guest post by David E. Cunningham

Recent events in Burundi, where President Pierre Nkurunziza’s decision to seek a third term led to large protests and an unsuccessful coup attempt, bring up important questions about peace-building in post-conflict settings. 749 more words

Civil War

Global Study on Women, Peace and Security

The Security Council recently invited the Secretary General to commission the Global Study on Women, Peace and Security, designed to inform a High Level Review of Women, Peace and Security. 189 more words

Consultation

Key Concept #64: Peacebuilding by Elenie Opffer

The next issue of Key Concepts in intercultural Dialogue is now available. The goal is to expand the concepts available to discussions of intercultural dialogue. Click on the thumbnail to download the PDF. 167 more words

Key Concepts

Apply now! 2015 NARPI Summer Peacebuilding Training

For anyone in the Northeast Asia region, check out the Northeast Asia Peacebuilding Institute taking place this year in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in August. See below for details or check out their website at www.narpi.net.

Peace Education

Cyprus peace talks raise hopes

It has taken more than 40 years, an army of mediators and several near-misses, but there is genuine hope that when the leaders of ethnically divided Cyprus resume peace talks on Friday, one of the west’s longest-running diplomatic disputes can finally be resolved. 778 more words

State Building