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Top 5 Blog Posts: 2015 – Now

Don't know which of our many blog posts to read first? Start here - these are 5 of the most read blog posts on DME for Peace in the past 5 years. The PEC Data Visualizations Series (By: the PEC Consortium/DME for...

DME for Peace

Blog

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

Overall Top 5 “Timeless” Resources

These are the overall top 5 resources that our community keeps coming back to over the years. That is why we have given these always popular resources the title of "timeless". They are now gathered all in one place for easy access...

DME for Peace

Blog, How-to, Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

The Politics of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Syria

“Local Voices at a Crossroads” is an article series in which local actors of everyday peace share their insights into the fragilities and resilience of their societies in the face of conflict. Grassroots societies lie at the crossroads between local realities and...

Juline Beaujouan, Eyas Ghreiz and Abdulah El hafi for CSPPS

Blog

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Created 03/17/2021

“More support for youth” open letter from peacebuilding organizations

In an open letter, we call on US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken to announce both short and long-term measures to support the fundamental human rights of young people. We ask that the importance of young people’s contributions to peace and security be recognized and supported through meaningful policy change.  It is estimated that 408 million young people live in areas affected by...

PeaceDirect

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Created 03/17/2021

Q&A: How can civi-tech advance gender equality?

Civic tech is an emerging field that tackles local challenges by bringing together tech practitioners, policymakers, activists, and local organizations to design projects that enhance citizen participation. While driven by democratic ideals, it nonetheless risks falling into the same pitfalls as other...

Devex

Blog

Created 03/16/2021

CHOOSE TO CHALLENGE: THE GENDER DATA GAP IN HUMANITARIAN AID

Humanitarian assistance has slowly become more data-focused. This is a positive move for the humanitarian community, as high-quality data can help illustrate to humanitarian workers, policymakers, and leaders the realities faced by those affected by crises, and help them understand how to...

Laura Kilbury for InterAction

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Created 03/11/2021

GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT: WOMEN’S INITIATIVE PLATFORM, BURMA

Women in Burma, by law, have the right to vote, run for office, and own property.  Nevertheless, strong cultural norms and ingrained discrimination remain a major obstacle to gender parity in Burma. The Women’s Initiative Platform (WIP) is a civil society organization working with...

National Endowment for Democracy

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Created 03/11/2021

3 ways our teams are challenging gender norms around the world

Although there have been major strides for women and girls over the last decades, many challenges remain. Girls’ global access to secondary education lags behind that of boys. Women are still sorely underrepresented in public life, representing only 25 percent of national...

Mercy Corps

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Created 03/10/2021

More men die from Covid-19 but women’s well-being most impacted by pandemic, study shows

More men have died from Covid-19 overall but women's well-being has been more negatively affected by the pandemic, new data has revealed. There was an almost 18% difference in the total number of Covid-19-related deaths for men (63,700) and women (53,300), between March 2020...

itv

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Created 03/10/2021

Violence against children in Tanzania – Does it affect child education?

Despite Tanzania’s efforts to end child violence, awareness on the prevention and strategies are generally inadequate. Violence against children has revealed a profound impact on core aspects of emotional, behavioral, and physical health as well as social development throughout life and mostly...

Morris

Blog

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Created 03/08/2021

Women scientists capture public attention as COVID-19 rages across the world

Dr Lyda Osorio says she’s no Shakira, but she may be just as famous in some parts of Colombia. As the COVID-19 pandemic was escalating in the country a year ago, the mayor of Cali, the third-largest city, decided to assemble a team...

WHO

Blog

Created 03/08/2021

Peacebuilding without protection: Yemeni women’s barriers to peace

Women peacebuilders at the frontlines face multidimensional threats and violence in Yemen. The Peace Track Initiative’s staff can only deplore a lack of international awareness to the issue of protecting women activists living and working in war-zones. As a new standard, protection...

Nadia Ebrahim, Aïcha Madi, Nesmah Mansoor

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Created 03/08/2021