What is next for DME for Peace? Help us decide!

We are in the beginning stages of a redevelopment of DME for Peace and your insights would be invaluable! This redevelopment is being guided by the concept of "access with ownership" - we want to provide a global platform that provides practitioners...

DME for Peace

Blog, Multimedia, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/07/2021

Top “Timeless” How-to Resources

These are the top "how-to" resources that our community keeps revisiting throughout the years. That is why we have given these always popular resources the title of “timeless”. We have collected them all in one place for your convenience! A Guide to...

DME for Peace

Blog, How-to

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

Top 5 “Timeless” Tools & Toolkits

These are the top 5 (okay, there are actually 7 but that didn't have the same ring to it...) tools and toolkits that our community keeps revisiting throughout the years. That is why we have given these always popular resources the title...

DME for Peace

Blog, Tools and Templates

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/18/2021

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

Infographic: Human Rights of Women

Women are entitled to the full and equal enjoyment of all of their human rights and to be free from all forms of discrimination. For more info, click here. 

UN Women

Multimedia

BEGINNER

Created 03/02/2021

Southeast Asia, Infected and Interrupted: Elevating Critical Voices on the State of Human Rights and Peace in the Time of COVID-19

2020 will be remembered as a year of contrasts –  isolation and community, repression and protection, disorder and solidarity.  Individual and collective experiences through the Covid-19 varied and so did the preparedness of the national governments and regional organizations to respond to...

Strengthening Human Rights and Peace Research and Education in ASEAN/Southeast Asia (SHAPE-SEA)

Multimedia

BEGINNER

Created 02/17/2021

COVID-19: States should not abuse emergency measures to suppress human rights – UN experts

GENEVA (16 March 2020) – UN human rights experts* today urged States to avoid overreach of security measures in their response to the coronavirus outbreak and reminded them that emergency powers should not be used to quash dissent. “While we recognize the...

UN Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner

Blog

BEGINNER

Created 02/09/2021

Now and the Future Gender Equality, Peace and Security in a COVID-19 World – Ukraine

The impact of COVID-19 is deeply gendered. Gender-conflict analysis and women’s and girls’ human rights should therefore be at the centre of short- and long-term global responses and recoveries to COVID-19, future pandemics and crises. As a result, GAPS and 22 partners...

Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS)

Evaluation, Report

BEGINNER

Created 02/08/2021

RACE AND RACISM: Doing Good Better

As communicators in foundations and nonprofits, our power lies in storytelling. We choose the narratives, messengers, words, and images that shape the realities of our communities and society. With that power comes a responsibility to resist perpetuating racist systems and do better....

The Communications Network

Analysis, Report

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 01/27/2021

‘Leading the Way’: Women driving peace and security in Afghanistan, the Occupied Palestinian Territory and Yemen

14 Jan 2021 from Oxfam SUMMARY This briefing paper explores challenges, lessons learned and opportunities related to realizing the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda in Afghanistan, the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) and Yemen, and makes recommendations to a range of national...

Alkadri, Husnia • Ehsan, Manizha • Göth, Tamara • Kamminga, Jorrit • Pelham, Sarah • Tonelli, Anna • Oxfam

Analysis, Case Studies, Evaluation

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 01/26/2021

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

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

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