The Inclusive Peace & Transition Initiative (IPTI) draw their knowledge from multi-year comparative research projects on inclusion and participation in peace and transition processes. They work through a network of strategic partners engaged in various fields, to push for better policies around mediation and peacebuilding.
Amnesty International - press release - 8. August 2018 - The number of people drowning in the Central Mediterranean or being taken back to squalid detention centres in Libya has surged as a result of European policies aimed at closing the central Mediterranean route, Amnesty International said in a new briefing published today.
As we enter the eighth year of the conflict in Syria, with no clear end in sight, join us on a journey with young Syrians across Europe and the Middle East who are building a global network for peace.
Bonn International Center for Conversion - Commentary - 29 March 2018 - Larry Swatuk, Associate Researcher at BICC, comments on ongoing popular debates like #WaterWars, #DayZero. He argues for avoiding alarmism and hyperbole as tools of motivation for human action. Instead, Swatuk reflects on the challenge to ensure adequate amounts and qualities of water for the world’s poor.
United States Institute of Peace (USIP) - 11 February 2017 - Kunduz once bustled as the cotton-mill capital of northeast Afghanistan. Amid Afghanistan’s 39-year-old war, it is now half-empty, fearful and bullet-pocked - a target in the Taliban’s fight to capture a major city.
International Crisis Group - 12 April 2016 - The Board of Trustees of the International Crisis Group calls on world leaders to take more coordinated, better principled action to address the global refugee crisis. The scale of the tragedy shines the spotlight on just how remiss the international order has been in managing, much less settling, the conflicts that generate so much of today’s human flight.
United States Institute of Peace - Olivebranch - 7 January 2016 - A project to foster a local peace might seem quixotic amid the war in Syria, which has dragged on for almost five years, killed more than 250,000 people, displaced 12 million and lured in Iran, Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the U.S., among others