Since 2013, Peaceful Change initiative has been supporting community-level peacebuilding initiatives in more than 40 Libyan municipalities. This report captures our experience and lessons learned from nearly 10 years of integrating gender into our programme. Key lessons include: Using a gender lens to analyse conflict was key to increasing community understanding of why women’s agency in local… Read more »
Giulia currently works with Allianz Global Investors as Deputy Chief Investment Officer for emerging markets debt. Before that, Giulia worked as Head of Emerging Markets Sustainable Investing for Black Rock and as Sub-Saharan Africa Chief Economist and Strategist for JP Morgan, working in South Africa. Before entering the private sector, Giulia worked for the Government… Read more »
CSOs and activists from Kosovo and Serbia speak out together on the importance of freedom of expression without fear in a joint statement.
Joan is a conflict transformation specialist with over 40 years’ experience in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Her experience covers direct intervention in conflict mediation, conflict sensitivity, conflict analysis and much more – with a focus on community-level interventions. Joan worked for many years with Responding to Conflict and currently engages extensively as consultant… Read more »
Anton is an engineer and investor who has established and helped develop numerous early and growth-stage technologies companies over the last 20 years. He has led public market listings and private sales; worked with a wide variety of top-tier investment funds and banks; as well as advising a governmental investment agencies on their policies relating… Read more »
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.
The ongoing armed conflict in Cabo Delgado is creating challenges to the effective delivery of humanitarian aid by the international community. In this blog post we explore the pressing need for increased conflict sensitivity skills amongst those delivering aid.
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 »
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 »
We are working with humanitarian and development organisation WeWorld in Northern Mozambique to help them minimise the negative impacts of their work and actively contribute to building lasting peace.