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Abkhazia profile

Published: 10 08 2017 · From: BBC
This page offers an overview of the history of the Abkhazia region. Go to resource »
Conflicts: Georgia
Countries: Georgia

A case study of Counter Violent Extremism Programming (CVE): lessons from OTI’s Kenya Transition Initiative

From: Stability - International Journal of Security & Development
This paper delivers lessons from a Kenyan Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) program, offering insights of relevance to the broader CVE community of practitioners. Go to resource »
Themes: Children and youth; Conflict prevention and early warning; Research
Conflicts: Kenya; Somalia
Countries: Kenya; Somalia

Access to justice in Zabul and Uruzgan

From: Peace Training and Research Organization
This report represents the result of research conducted alongside PTRO's 'Strengthening Access to Justice in Zabul and Uruzgan' Rule of Law project. The research aims to assess and evaluate the effectiveness of PTRO's interventions, but also to go beyond the scope of a programme assessment to produce useful lessons learnt for future programming in the area. Go to resource »
Themes: Governance; Research
Conflicts: Afghanistan
Countries: Afghanistan

Accord Insight: Women building peace

From: ACCORD
Women building peace is a series of nine case studies highlighting the work of women peacebuilders in conflicts around the world. Go to resource »
Themes: Research; Women, Peace and Security

A 'Civil War' that is French and Neo-colonial

Published: 07 02 2005 · From: International Viewpoint
This long read focusses on the role of the French in the first Ivorian civil war. Go to resource »
Conflicts: Ivory Coast
Countries: Côte d'Ivoire

ACLED

From: Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project
Database which includes dates and locations of conflict events in Africa and Asia as well as the specific types of events, events by a range of actors, change in territorial control and reported fatalities Go to resource »
Themes: Research
Conflicts: Bangladesh; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Central African Republic; Chad; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Guinea Bissau; Ivory Coast; Kashmir; Kenya; Liberia; Mali; Myanmar; Nepal; Niger; Nigeria; Pakistan; Rwanda; Senegal; Sierra Leone; Somalia; South Sudan; Sri Lanka; Sudan; Thailand; Tunisia; Uganda; Zimbabwe
Countries: Bangladesh; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Central African Republic; Chad; Côte d'Ivoire; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Guinea-Bissau; Kenya; Liberia; Mali; Myanmar; Nepal; Niger; Nigeria; Rwanda; Senegal; Sierra Leone; Somalia; South Sudan; Sudan; Thailand; Tunisia; Uganda; Zimbabwe

A climate of conflicts?

From: PRIO
A climate of conflicts, from PRIO, examines the link between climate change and conflict. The paper finds there is little evidence climate change will lead directly to an increase in violent conflict. However, climate change may have an indirect effect through other mechanisms, such as migration, food insecurity, and economic shocks. Go to resource »

A comparative study of ex-combatant reintegration in the African Great Lakes region: trajectories, processes and paradoxes

From: Centre for Peace Studies, University of Tromso
Study on the reintegration processes that ex-combatants, as well as the communities that receive them, go through in the transition from being soldiers to being civilians across the Great Lakes region (GLR) of Africa (Uganda, Rwanda, DRC, RoC, and Burundi). This study uses a cross-country comparative approach capitalizing on survey data col­lected between 2010 and 2012 from nearly 10,000 ex-combatants and community members across the GLR. Go to resource »
Themes: DDR
Conflicts: Burundi; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Rwanda; Uganda
Countries: Burundi; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Rwanda; Uganda

A comparitive perspective on the Afghan peace process

From: Chatham House
Caroline A. Hartzell, Professor of Political Science at Gettysburg College, argues that a comparative perspective on peace processes could help to inject new energy into efforts to think about the shape that an Afghan peace process might take. Go to resource »
Themes: Conflict prevention and early warning; Mediation & Dialogue
Conflicts: Afghanistan
Countries: Afghanistan

A conceptual model of peacebuilding and democracy building: integrating the fields

A conceptual model of peacebuilding and democracy building [pdf] looks at the interconnections between peacebuilding and democracy building work. The paper identifies three key areas where democracy building and peacebuilding work overlap: democratic institutions, civil society, and local capacity. The strength or weakness of any one of these areas has important effects of the others, and the likelihood of  successful peacebuilding and democracy building efforts. Go to resource »