Christian Cito Cirhigiri is a peace journalist from the Democratic Republic of Congo and founder of Peacemaker 360, a communication non-profit that connects young peacebuilders through storytelling. He is currently a Ph.D. researcher at the Human Rights Center of the Faculty of Law and Criminology at Ghent University where he is researching community participation in security governance initiatives in North Kivu (Eastern Congo) and is the Program Advisor at Conducive Space for Peace.

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Impacts of COVID-19 on local peacebuilding: How to support local peacebuilders during and beyond the pandemic?

The global spread of COVID-19 has drastically disrupted our ways of life. This impact is mostly felt in fragile contexts where a combination of prolonged armed conflicts, bad governance, and inadequate healthcare systems have predisposed these nations for much more devastating effects of the pandemic. Peace journalist Christian Cito Cirhigiri reflects on what can be done to support peacebuilders. Read more »