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The Top Resources of 2020

2020 was a unique and difficult time for so many across the world, and it has reshaped the peacebuilding field for years to come. As we continue to look forward to 2021, share knowledge, and connect, we wanted to highlight last year's...

DME for Peace

Blog

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 01/05/2021

Principles of Protection for Migrants, Refugees, and Displaced People During COVID-19

A group of human rights experts, including CIC's Leah Zamore, co-drafted the below statement outlining 14 human rights principles for protecting migrants, refugees, and other displaced persons during and after COVID-19. The principles, which over a thousand legal scholars have signed since late April,...

Center on International Cooperation

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

Do or Die: COVID-19 and Imprisonment in Syria

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a dire risk to the tens of thousands of people imprisoned in Syria’s archipelago of prisons and detention facilities, many in conditions so ghastly that they constitute crimes against humanity. These facilities function as overcrowded torture chambers by...

Hanny Megally , Leah Zamore, Tayseer Alkarim

Analysis, Evaluation

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/13/2020

COVID Will Lead to More Child Marriage—What Can Be Done?

The Syria conflict shows how crisis can exacerbate the drivers of child marriage. The impact of the COVID pandemic continues to be felt around the world, with economies shuttered and political systems increasingly strained. Another of the downwind effects of the pandemic—one...

Joud Monla-Hassan; Mona Yacoubian

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

COVID Raises the Stakes for Zimbabwe’s Civil Society Movement

As in nations worldwide, the pandemic offers new opportunities for repression. Countries worldwide that suffer or risk violent conflicts face a new hazard amid the COVID-19 pandemic: governments’ use of the disease as a pretext to curtail democratic freedoms and punish opposition....

Miranda Rivers; Precious Ndlovu

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/12/2020

Twenty Years After Resolution 1325: Women Remain Undervalued in Peacebuilding

Advocates say the COVID-19 pandemic underscores the importance of the women, peace and security agenda. The COVID-19 pandemic, which has resulted in lockdowns that have led to a global surge in incidents of gender-based violence, has underscored the need for a much...

Ashish Kumar Sen

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/12/2020

Coronavirus Complicates an Already Dire Situation for Afghan Women

Just like with the peace process, women’s inclusion and input are critical in the response to COVID-19. Amid the coronavirus pandemic many countries around the world have reported an alarming increase in domestic violence. Indeed, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for measures...

Belquis Ahmadi

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/12/2020

Coronavirus and ISIS: The Challenge of Repatriation from Al-Hol

Although COVID-19 could push the camp to the brink, there is still time to get a head of the pandemic before it hits. It was just over a year ago, in March of 2019, that the United States and coalition forces declared...

Julia C. Hurley and USIP

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/12/2020

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