Peaceful Change initiative works on programmes in North Africa, Europe and the South Caucasus region. We also have extensive experience of working in the Middle East. The latest Resources and Analysis from Peaceful Change initiative can be found here.

Conflict Sensitivity Considerations Relating to Local Governance Assistance in Libya

PCi delivered a presentation on “Conflict Sensitivity Considerations, Relating to Local Governance Assistance in Libya”, at the EU Implementer’s forum (Libya) in Tunis in September 2019, minimising the ways such assistance could contribute to conflict while maximising opportunities to contribute Read more...

Youth participation in decision making and peacebuilding in Armenia

PCi worked with YCCD (an Armenian NGO) to promote youth participation in decision making and peacebuilding in Armenia, supporting UN Security Resolution 2250 calling on governments to include youth participation in local, national and international institutions, in efforts to end Read more...

Conflict sensitivity considerations relating to the COVID-19 response in Libya

PCi produced a brief note on potential conflict sensitivity considerations relating to the COVID-19 response in Libya, developed as part of the Conflict Sensitive Assistance (CSA) in Libya forum. The note is intended as a resource to support assistance planners Read more...

PCi work in Syria

Peaceful Change initiative have worked with civil society in Syria, working in both Opposition and Government-controlled areas of the country. Our work has included: facilitating dialogue between Syrian Arab, Kurdish and Assyrian community leaders on coexistence in Hassakah Provinceconvening and Read more...

United Kingdom: PCi hosts panel discussion on conflict sensitivity – successes, challenges and priorities

PCi hosted a panel discussion on behalf of the Conflict Sensitivity Hub at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) in London. Tim Molesworth, PCi’s Senior Adviser, Conflict Sensitivity and Peace Technology, PCi facilitated the discussions – which were also livestreamed on Read more...

PCi Annual Report March 2018-March 2019

Our work in the year is detailed in our Trustees’ Report, below, alongside our financial statements. Key charitable programme events in the year were: Continued delivery for our Libya programmes across a number of governmental and institutional donors;Completion of our Read more...

Armenia: Training manual to promote action plans for youth engagement in governance

A training manual was produced as a component of the project ‘Progressing Youth Participation in Armenia on Governance and Peace’, which supports UNSCR 2250 on youth, peace and security. The manual has four modules which support users in: increasing understanding 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 Read more...

PCi Annual Report March 2017-March 2018

Our work in the year is detailed in our trustees report below alongside our financial statements. Two objectives have been to build resilience in fundraising and grow our expertise and we are pleased to report that we supported 10 separate Read more...

Research report: Understanding dialogue in Ukraine

A survey of participants in track-three dialogues was conducted between March and April 2018 by the Mediation and Dialogue Research Center, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, with support from PCi. This was to test hypotheses developed during an earlier study about patterns and Read more...

Communication pack to promote SPLD methodology developed for Libya

PCi developed a communication pack to support trainer mentors in Libya in designing and implementing actions aimed to promote PCi’s Social Peace and Local Development (SPLD) methodology in key locations across the country. Download the communication pack flyer in English Read more...

The role of the Ubari Social Peace Partnership as a local conflict management mechanism

In 2015, PCi supported the establishment of a conflict-sensitive mechanism known as the Social Peace Partnership in Ubari, following successful delivery of a Social Peace and Local Development programme in 2014. The Ubari Social Peace Partnership has played a role Read more...