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Young peacebuilders around the world are charting creative and innovative ways to assert their voices,thus contributing to shaping an inclusive culture for diverse youth constituencies in peacebuilding processes.
Drawing on a three-day online consultation organised by Peace Direct and United Network of Young (UNOY) Peacebuildersin April 2019 with local peacebuilders from across the world, this report shares key insights and policy recommendations to enhance youth inclusion in peacebuilding processes in light of young peacebuilders’ needs and aspirationsto transform their respective contexts.
The full report as well as an executive summary with a summary of key findings and recommendations from the consultation are available below.
Binalakshmi Nepram is working tirelessly in the United States to spread the word about a long-simmering conflict in India's Northeastern region of Manipur. There, an insurgency has led to a military crackdown and the killing or disappearance of thousands of residents by state and non-state actors. Lire plus »
Civilians in northern Syria continue to be under siege, facing constant bombardments and a series of offensives that have killed and displaced thousands. Stuck in the middle of a proxy war between large regional players, civilians in northern Syria have been abandoned by the international community who has failed to put an end to the suffering of the Syrian people. Lire plus »
Yolanda Perea Mosquera and other women’s rights advocates in Colombia are sewing a colorful quilt. They plan to spread it out over the central square in the capital Bogotá in late November. Their message: “cover me with your hope.” Lire plus »