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A Green Place, A Good Place, a classic in African Great Lakes Region history – what’s in it for today’s peacebuilders?

A better understanding of today’s political phenomena as part of a longer historical process, knowledge from precolonial societies about change processes and a more holistic and locally adapted support to mediation and good governance in the Great Lakes Region could be some of the benefits from reading this exciting book.

Supporting Peacebuilding in Times of Change

What are the significant and recurrent factors that influence support to peacebuilding in Europe? And how will these impact the engagement of the peacebuilding community in the years to come? This report on the changing nature of support to peacebuilding in Europe is the result of 1,5 years of research carried out by ECDPM.

Peaceworks Participatory Action Research for Advancing Youth-Led Peacebuilding in Kenya

Although much has been written about the potential of youth as peacebuilders, empirical research and documentation of youth-led peacebuilding processes remains limited. A new report from USIP finds that participatory action research, which focuses on the co-generation of knowledge with community-level stakeholders, could be an effective way for youth to develop and implement their own initiatives to improve their lives, neighborhoods and countries.

Doing Research in Conflict-affected Areas: Five Lessons for Peacebuilders

Conducting research to improve conflict prevention and peacebuilding programmes comes with its share of challenges. Ilona Howard, consortium manager for the Peace Research Partnership (PRP), outlines some of the ethical and practical challenges researchers face and what we can do to address them.

Supporting peacebuilding in times of change. A synthesis of 4 case studies.

What are the significant and recurrent factors that influence support to peacebuilding in Europe? And how will these impact the engagement of the peacebuilding community in the years to come?

This report on the changing nature of support to peacebuilding in Europe is the result of 1,5 years of research carried out by ECDPM.

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