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#NguvuPamoja – Incentivising Digital Peacebuilding in Kenya

While presenting a M&E Thursday Talk webinar called “Understanding Online Polarization in Kenya-A Digital Peacebuilding Perspective” a couple of weeks ago, the audience raised two important questions. The first question concerned monitoring and evaluating, regarding Maskani[1], a digital peacebuilding project in western...

Fredrick Ogenga, Ph.D

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 08/19/2020

Virtual Reality and the Future of Peacemaking

When conflict parties engage in armed hostilities, their conflict narrative and supporting experiences become their outstanding reality. For mediators, trying to shift harsh confrontational logic and entrenched beliefs relating to the conflict can be a long and relentless process, filled with numerous...

Julie A Gregory, DiploFoundation

Blog

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 08/05/2020

Digital Inclusion in Peacemaking: Opportunities During and After COVID-19

Mediating conflict and building an inclusive peace in the middle of a global pandemic is no small thing. Against the backdrop of COVID-19, and the far-reaching travel restrictions and lockdowns that came with it, the peacemaking community has been challenged with maintaining...

Andreas Hirblinger, Postdoctoral Researcher, CCDP

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/28/2020

Staying Focused, Staying Connected & Staying Human: Principles for Peacebuilding Online

In March 2020, the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) began transitioning to an online peacebuilding organisation. The increasing travel restrictions and preventive measures linked to the COVID-19 pandemic became a catalyst for CPCS to critically reflect on ways in which...

Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS)

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/27/2020

More Women in Tech Means a More Peaceful World

Pakistan ranks 148 out of 149 countries on the gender inequality index (WEF). It will take another 500 years for Pakistan to reach gender equality in this scenario (UNWomen). Women empowerment is essential to gain generational equality. Technology has emerged as a...

Quratulain Fatima, Co-Founder Women4PeaceTech

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 07/13/2020

Building a better post-Covid-19 world with the private sector

From Pact:  Covid-19 has created one of the most widespread humanitarian and economic crises in recent history. Despite years of pandemic warnings issued, most governments, civil society, research institutions and businesses were caught unaware. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus...

Binod Chapagain & Christy Owen, Pact

Analysis, Blog

Created 06/30/2020

Maskani is Our New Normal- Exploring Digital Peacebuilding in Kenya, Working from Home (2020)

As the world woke up to the Covid-19 reality, tech-thinkers across different parts of the world were already grappling with the idea of using social media capabilities as part of the new normal. There is no doubt that a thin line exists...

Fredrick Ogenga Ph.D

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 06/24/2020

How local Non-Government Organizations in Rwanda (NGOs) are affected by COVID 19?

Since the COVID19 first appeared in China, it was quickly affecting the entire life across the globe. Heath systems, businesses, banking, infrastructures, tourisms, education, transportation, social life, etc. have been affected in countries experiencing the COVID19. In response to the crisis, Rwanda...

Celestin Nsengiyumva

Analysis, Blog

INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/15/2020

Freedom in the World 2020: A Leaderless Struggle for Democracy

Democracy and pluralism are under assault. Dictators are toiling to stamp out the last vestiges of domestic dissent and spread their harmful influence to new corners of the world. At the same time, many freely elected leaders are dramatically narrowing their concerns...

Sarah Repucci, Freedom House

Analysis, Blog, Monitoring

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/04/2020

The Top Resources of 2019

It was an exciting year for DME for Peace, with over 37,000 people from 191 countries accessing and contributing to the platform. As we continue to look forward and move into 2020, we wanted to highlight the top M&E resources of 2019:...

DME for Peace

Blog

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/20/2019

Congress Poised to Pass Global Fragility Act (2019)

On December 16th, 2019, congressional appropriators released an appropriations package, which includes the Global Fragility Act. The first vote on the package has been scheduled for Tuesday, December 17th, 2019, after three years of advocacy and research.** Search for Common Ground's (Search) Vice President...

Search for Common Ground

Blog

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/17/2019

Political unrest, violence have forced millions to migrate and seek protection of the rule of law

The following article was written by Amanda Robert, originally for the ABA Journal. "Raquel Aldana’s interest in the cause and effect of international migration is both personal and professional. She was born to a Guatemalan father and a Salvadoran mother and raised...

Amanda Robert for ABA Journal

Blog

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Created 12/17/2019