April, 2013

Building a Platform for Peace

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Peacebuilding is fundamentally about managing relationships, and there is nothing that technology effects more: Whether it is the relationships between institutions, ideologies, or individuals, the invention and adoption of new […]

From Conflict to Coping: Promoting Drought Resilience through Peacebuilding

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The concept of resilience has gained renewed attention since the 2011 drought in the Horn of Africa. Humanitarian and development actors are keen to avoid the need for massive relief […]

A New Deal for the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is a founding member of the G7+ group, a country-owned and -led global mechanism to monitor, report, and draw attention to the challenges […]

Documentary Film Review: The Interrupters (dir. Steve James)

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The Interrupters follows the work of an anti–gang violence group working on the south side of Chicago, where youth violence is endemic. The “interrupters” are older members of the community—some […]

Book Review: Opting Out of War: Strategies to Prevent Violent Conflict

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Book by Mary B. Anderson and Marshall Wallace Opting Out of War tells the stories of thirteen different communities around the world—in Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Fiji, India, Kosovo, […]

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