Civil Society in Kosovo and Serbia take Stance against Division

PCi hereby presents in full a joint statement issued by civil society organisations and activists from Serbia and Kosovo laying out a series of calls and commitments that respond to the present context of relations in the region. Joint Statement of Kosovo and Serbia Civil Society Actors Witnessing that Kosovo-Serbia relations are not improving despite… Read more »

Supporting community peace resources in Syria

PCi is providing support to community peace resources – those individuals and organisations involved in local initiatives to prevent, manage and resolve conflict. The first task of this work was to map such peace resources; this was done in March 2014. PCi captured learning from this research and outlined an agenda for supporting the development… Read more »

Mouhaned Terhouni

As well as working as a Project Officer at PCi, since 2013 Mouhaned has been a Lecturer at the Tripoli University Law School, where he previously worked as a Professor Assistant. Mouhaned holds a Master’s degree in Civil Law from Cairo University and an undergraduate degree from the Tripoli University Law School.

Libya: Social Peace and Local Development handbook

A cross-government working group on Social Peace and Local Development, hosted by the Ministry of Local Government, has been working since May 2013 to identify how local government and community leaders can promote social peace, in terms of both ‘how’ they work together, and ‘what’ services and development projects they should support. The result is… Read more »

Sulayman Alshami

Sulayman is the Project Officer responsible for the Southern region. He worked as a Certified Trainer in Civic Education for UNDP, and within the trainers’ team of the electoral commission for municipal elections. Sulayman has been a member of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides Libya since 1989, and is now a leading member in… Read more »

Transformational leadership and conflict management in Libya

PCi worked with Libyan communities to foster transformational leaders able to manage the conflicts affecting their communities. This work was conducted for the European Union, as part of its support to civil society in Libya, and delivered through EUNIDA. Lessons learned from the project were made public in June 2014, along with the training material… Read more »

Advocating for Social Inclusion through the ‘Bader’ Campaign in Libya

In February 2021, a national campaign was launched to raise the profile of young peace leaders through the ‘Bader’ (‘initiate’ in Arabic) social media Facebook campaign. The campaign encouraged young Libyans to submit project ideas that promote social peace, gender equality, social inclusion and community cohesion. Naseem Bin Halim was one of three prize-winners. He… Read more »

Ukraine: A peacebuilding agenda to bridge the divide

This policy briefing, reflects on the present situation in the east of Ukraine as experienced by the populations on both sides of the line of contact in the east – in the NGCA of LNR and DNR, and with areas under government control. The paper seeks to contextualise these differing experiences and offers a set… Read more »