There was a significant increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the eastern city of Ajdabiya in September 2020; this led the Ajdabiya Social Peace Partnership (SPP) to interact and work even more closely with the Municipal Council, health authorities and security forces in support of an effective response. The Municipal Council had put… Read more »
Stefana gained experience working with civil society organisations in Kosovo and has worked for the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the United Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK). More recently, she has been employed as a senior accounts manager for a financial services firm in Belgrade. Stefana holds a BA in Security Studies from Belgrade University.
Cornelia is the coordinator of the Conflict Sensitivity Community Hub and contributes to PCi’s Conflict Sensitivity portfolio. She is based in the London PCi office while completing her MSc in International Politics at SOAS, University of London. Her professional background is in the areas of International Relations and Civic Education, having worked for the German… Read more »
Alex is based in the London office and works across PCi to assist in the writing, development, editing and management of communications and documentation. In March 2018, Alex relocated to London from Nairobi, where she had been based for 17 years, working for the United Nations in Somalia, Geneva, Rwanda and Kenya on humanitarian and… Read more »
PCI’s partner in the project Amplifying local voices for equitable development has announced a small grants scheme to support local-level, community-based initiatives that help deal with the impact of Covid-19 on local communities, whilst cutting across ethnic divisions. Full details of the grants scheme can be found at the following links: People in Need Kosovo… Read more »
Tetiana is the National Peacebuilding Adviser for the Black Sea programme. Tetiana has experience working in peacebuilding and community development for national and international organisations in Ukraine; she is also a trained facilitator. She studied Sociology (BA, 2012) and Religious Studies (MA, 2014), and recently defended her PhD in Sociology of Religion (2018). She has… Read more »
Fleur is the Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the day-to-day management of strategy and programming. She has over 10 years’ experience in community-based peacebuilding in Liberia, Ghana, Georgia, Sudan and Syria. She has also worked extensively to build the capacity of international donors, UN peacekeeping missions and local and international NGOs in conflict sensitivity and… Read more »
Abigail is the Finance and Operations Manager, responsible for the day-to-day management of PCi operations. She has over 10 years’ experience in finance and operations, most recently as the Director of Operations for an international managed IT services company, supporting clients in a range of industries and locations. Abigail has degrees from Oxford and Imperial… Read more »
Ian Bancroft has been based in the former Yugoslavia for over a decade. He has worked for the EU in Kosovo, and the OSCE in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and has written extensively about Balkan affairs for a variety of publications, including The Guardian and Radio Free Europe. He has lectured on conflict and peacebuilding, and… Read more »
Michael spent 10 years in industry as a qualified finance executive, then 20 years as a business and technology consultant helping organisations with back office transformation and change programmes. Michael has been a trustee since 2015 and was appointed to Chair in December 2017.