Habits, practices and routines: the everyday politics of International Intervention

By Jasmine Mitchell: Listen to Séverine Autesserre discuss the findings of her new book, ‘Peaceland: Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention’ Read more »

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Conflict in Ukraine: Evidencing the need for local intervention

By Richard Reed: As the conflict in Ukraine shows worrying signs of further escalation, Richard Reed argues for the need to support local efforts to build peace. Read more »

Overcoming the stigma of sexual violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina

By Tim Bidey: Today is the start of week of action to raise awareness of the prevention and consequences of sexual violence in conflict. Read more »

Horn of Africa: the linkages between food insecurity, migration and conflict

By Kisuke Ndiku: Kisuke Ndiku explores food insecurity, migration and conflict in the Horn of Africa. Read more »

Trading places: capturing the reality of cross border conflict

By Conor McGale: Northern Ireland: a new project uses film to document life during The Troubles Read more »

A religious fanatic turned peace advocate

By Sawssan Abou-Zahr: The journey of Assad Shaftari – a religious fanatic turned peace advocate. Read more »

Blurred lines in South Sudan

By Flora McCrone: A new bill passing through the South Sudanese parliament gives the country’s security services wide-ranging powers – powers which they have repeatedly abused Read more »

Lebanon, land of dialogue and opportunity

By Sawssan Abou-Zahr: A new initiative aims to harness Lebanon’s diversity in order to bring people together. Read more »

November 2014

By Monthly Newsletter: This month’s newsletter features articles on violent extremism in Kenya, conflict prevention, and more. Read more »

Time for real democracy for Bosnia?

By Tim Bidey: Bosnia’s complicated constitutional setup is a hindrance to change. Reforming it would help the country secure its future. Read more »

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