Tetiana Kalenychenko

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 »

Youth Participation in Decision-Making and Peacebuilding in Armenia

Armenia today represents a vivid example both of new opportunities and challenges that the youth are facing. This is partly evidenced by the fact that 88% of young men and women (18-29 years of age) view the 2018 change of government in Armenia positively. At the same time, issues including unemployment, poverty, housing as well… Read more »

Championing the voices of Libya’s youth peace leaders

The ‘Bader’ campaign was launched on Facebook on 17 February 2021, on the 10-year anniversary of the Libyan uprising. The campaign provided a platform for young leaders from different communities in Libya to talk about their experiences of promoting peace, social cohesion, and women’s inclusion. By amplifying the voices of young peace activists, Bader sought… Read more »

Bill Peace

Bill served as a US Naval Officer for four years before joining Westinghouse Electric, where he was general manager of several divisions.  He was appointed a President, of Carrier Corporation, where he had responsibility for operations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. At Doctus Consulting Europe he was an Executive Consultant, and as an… Read more »

ILO launches new guide to promote social cohesion and peaceful coexistence in fragile contexts

PCi’s trustee Joan McGregor and Senior Peacebuilding Advisor Raj Bhari have been working with ILO to produce a new guide:  Promoting Social Cohesion and Peaceful Coexistence in Fragile Contexts through Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).  The guide is now available to download here: Promoting Social Cohesion and Peaceful Coexistence in Fragile Contexts through TVET.… Read more »

Wonu Owoade

Wonu is founder and independent consultant at WoW Fundraising Consultancy which was set up with the vision to raise awareness and encourage support for initiatives that wish to create positive and transformational societal change. Wonu has over a decade’s experience in fundraising. She has worked for several organisations in the international development and social impact… Read more »

Supporting marginalised communities in Georgia impacted by COVID-19

This report has been produced by PCi’s partner organisation in Georgia, IDP Women’s Association Consent. The report summarises quantitative and qualitative research carried out by Consent and their partners in isolated communities in three regions of Georgia, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida Kartli, and Samegrelo, on the way they were impacted by the first and second waves of… Read more »

Peter Millett

Peter Millett served as British Ambassador to Libya from 2015 to 2018.  During that time he played a role in supporting the UN’s efforts to negotiate and then implement the Libya Political Agreement.  He met and built relationships with all the key political, security and economic players in Libya and in the international community. Before Libya, he… Read more »

Jim Freeman

Jim is a Partner at Charles Russell Speechlys. He is a trained Mediator and Collaborative Lawyer, a fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers and a member of the Franco-British Lawyers Society.

COVID-19 and Gender in Libya Assessment

Peaceful Change initiative has released the COVID-19 and Gender in Libya Assessment to support their gender-focused activities to be initiated within the Social Peace and Local Development Libya programme. The Assessment is focused on six communities, Ajdabiya, Bani Walid, Sabha, Tobruq, Ubari and Zliten and research was carried out in the following four areas: Socio-economic… Read more »