September 26th is the International Day for the Complete Elimination of Nuclear Weapons. Consequently, it is high time to take a closer look on this issue. The Conflict Peace and Democracy Policy Blog (CPD Policy Blog) and the Think & Do Tank Shabka are looking for contributions. This topic is very broad to reflect as many perspectives as possible.
The International Day of Peace ("Peace Day") on 21 September was established in 1981 by an unanimous United Nations resolution. The Peace Day invites people around the globe to share their commitment to peace and non-violence. This year's Peace Day theme draws attention to the importance of combatting climate change as a way to protect and promote peace throughout the world.
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) provides free access to all SIPRI Yearbook editions from 1969 to 2016. The YEARBOOK is an essential ressource for scholars, peace activists and the general public who are interested in armament, disarmament, and global security.
This two-day research conference will generate academic insights on practicing journalism and communication in a conflict setting, increasing the professionalization of journalism in general, and contributing to peace building in conflict areas such as Mindanao. The conference will delve into three research themes: 1. Power of the media: agenda-setting and effects, 2. Theory meets reality: Industry practices and emerging trends, 3. Journalism, culture and conflict: Focus on the Philippines.
The search for a truly citizen-centered Europe can only be a joint efforts of many: the EU bodies, the EU member states, but also civil society organisations, local governments and local citizens’ initiatives can and must contribute.
The African Union Defence and Security Division of the Peace and Security Department, in Partnership with the German Federal Foreign Office and Bonn International Centre for Conversion (BICC), have launched a new Database to support Physical Security and Stockpile Management (PSSM) of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) in the Sahel Region.
Community Radio related two Initiatives of Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) has recognized as Champions in UN World Summit on the Information Society (UN WSIS) Prizes 2019.
On March 6, U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar Scot Marciel and USAID Mission Director Teresa McGhie hosted an event celebrating women’s contributions to peace in Myanmar through the presentation of the “Women Contributing to Peace” mapping project. Civil society organizations, peace process stakeholders, political leaders, members of the donor community, and journalists attended the event at Melia Hotel.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 25th annual Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma: Michigan Radio and NOLA.com | The Times Picayune. Honorable Mentions went to Radio Canada International – Eye on the Arctic and to The Star Tribune of Minneapolis.
The annual Dart Awards recognize outstanding reporting in all media that portrays traumatic events with accuracy, insight and sensitivity while illuminating the effects of violence and tragedy on victims’ lives.
The Dart Center is a project of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Peacebuilding is hard. For women peacebuilders, it’s harder.
Not only do they strive to transform the conflicts that plague their communities; they do it while facing discrimination, inequality, silencing, even physical violence.
The stories of these undeterred heroes rarely make the headlines. This Women’s History Month, we’re bringing them to you.