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It is 11:37am in Muhanga, a town in the southern province of Rwanda and a group of 24 women have gathered despite the drizzle, to welcome a delegation of Interpeace and Never Again Rwanda.  These women have all experienced a tragic past, but it’s not until you start talking to
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In many developing countries, traditional or informal justice systems are responsible for the resolution of over 80% of conflicts in a community. These conflict resolution mechanisms play a significant role in rural and urban areas worldwide, addressing matters ranging from local crime to protection of land and property, to issues
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Dr Agnes Abuom, moderator of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches and director of TAABCO Research and Development Consultants, is the newest member of Interpeace’s Governing Board. Dr Abuom was formally announced as member of the Board on Tuesday, 3 December 2019, during the board’s biannual meeting
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We are sad to announce the death of Mambo Zawadi, programme coordinator at Sofepadi, our local partner in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Mrs Zawadi and her husband died in a plane crash this Sunday, 24 November 2019. The couple were returning to Beni from a family visit in
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Our new initiative, “Principles for Inclusive Peace” is among 10 of the most promising governance projects presented at the 2019 Paris Peace Forum (PPF) that ended in the French capital on 13 November. The project was chosen from over 700 initial submissions and 114 projects presented at the Forum. “Principles
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Le français suit It is a sunny morning in Shobtoy village, Doomal, a small village in Banisa constituency in the Mandera county of north-eastern Kenya. A cool breeze softens the heat of the rising sun and people move around with smiles on their faces. This was not the atmosphere few
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Le français suit While only a fraction of young people in Côte d'Ivoire contribute to violence, the common stigma of youth as perpetrators of violence remains a shield to the potential of the majority driving substantial positive change in the country. The Abidjan Peace Talks have recognized youth as key
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Most severe hunger crises around the world occur in situations affected by violent conflict. Finding better ways to address and prevent violent conflict is therefore necessary to eradicate hunger. In this regard, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) developed a corporate framework in 2018 that outlines
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ABIDJAN, 01 octobre 2019 – Les jeunes Ivoiriens sont souvent stigmatisés et qualifiés de responsables de violences et d’obstacles à la paix. Or, beaucoup d’entre eux œuvrent activement en faveur de la paix et de la sécurité dans leur pays. Un événement les met à l’honneur pendant trois jours à
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Seven years ago, Mali came into the spotlight as violence broke out following an attempt by armed groups to seize control of the North of the country and a military coup. While democracy was returned one year later, instability remains. Since then, Mali has consistently commanded international attention. The United