The PCi Report: ‘Unpacking the Impact of Conflict Economy Dynamics on Six Libyan Municipalities’ includes Policy Recommendations to Mitigate the Impact of the Conflict Economy in Libya

Peaceful Change initiative’s (PCi) new report, ‘Unpacking the Impact of Conflict Economy Dynamics on Six Libyan Municipalities’ fills an important gap in our understanding of conflict dynamics in Libya, arguing that political elites and armed groups cannot be assessed in a vacuum, without exploration of the socio-economic context of the communities that they claim to… Read more »

Fleur Auzimour Just

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 Orr

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 »

PCi Annual Report March 2020-March 2021

Our work in the year is detailed in our Trustees’ Report, below, alongside our financial statements. Key charitable programme activities in the year were: Continued delivery for our Libya projects, which now sees the social peace model adopted across 40 towns in the country. In the reporting period we have had a particular focus on… Read more »

On Civil Society in Serbia and Kosovo

Peaceful Change initiative is pleased to announce the launch of research into cross-community initiatives in Kosovo and Serbia, undertaken jointly by the Universities of Pristina and Belgrade as part of the Amplifying Local Voices for Equitable Development (ALVED) project, supported by the UK government. Click on the link to download the report: The Landscape of Cross-Community… Read more »

Rebecca Crozier

Rebecca is Programme Development Director and oversees the development of new thematic and geographic work. She has worked in peacebuilding for over 15 years, in South Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and eastern Europe. Rebecca has acted as an expert witness to UK parliamentary inquiries on the MENA region, foreign aid, and violent extremism.… Read more »

Citizens must not be held hostage by the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue

A diverse group of 40 civil society organisations, activists, and media outlets from Kosovo and Serbia express their profound concern about the impact of a lack of progress in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue on local communities. Given the recent EU reports and developments on the ground, we the undersigned are concerned about the impact of a… Read more »

Stefana Subaric

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.

Call for cessation of military action on the territory of Armenia

Azerbaijan’s military action against settlements on Armenia’s sovereign territory violates international law and cannot be justified by any of Azerbaijan’s declared statements on provocations, the mining of Azerbaijani’s territory, or ongoing frustrations at the pace of implementation of the 2020 ceasefire agreement. We appeal for an immediate cessation of military action for the protection of… Read more »