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Deepening Rights and Humanitarian Crises in Colombia

The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) is deeply concerned about the findings of NGO Global Witness’ most recent report. Colombia was deemed not only one of the most dangerous countries for those protecting the environment in Latin America, but in the...

Gimena Sánchez-Garzoli

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Created 11/25/2021

IPCR Students Roleplay as Aid Workers during Simulated Humanitarian Crisis

Over the weekend of Oct. 8-10, students in Arcadia University’s International Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) program spent nearly 48 hours in Boyer Hall, subsisting on only beans and rice, sleeping on cots, and without cell phones or any electronics, in a...

Daniel DiPrinzio

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Created 11/25/2021

BOLOGNA PEACEBUILDING FORUM 2021

In what ways does climate change affect violent conflict? What opportunities – if any – can the climate emergency and related environmental challenges provide to enhance the prospects of durable peace? How is climate change impacting peace processes in the Mediterranean region?...

Agency for peace building

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Created 11/25/2021

Climate Security and Policy Options in Japan

Climate security has been discussed in both academia and policy documents in the West. A key point that surfaces from these discussions is that the cooperation of non‐military organizations is essential for effective responses to climate change‐related threats. This overlaps considerably with...

Seiichiro Hasui 1,* and Hiroshi Komatsu

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Created 11/25/2021

CLIMATE CHANGE A HUNGER CRISIS IN THE MAKING

OUR ESCALATING CLIMATE EMERGENCY IS ALSO A HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCY. EVEN IF RISING TEMPERATURES CAN BE KEPT WITHIN 1.5°C OF PRE-INDUSTRIAL LEVELS (AND CURRENTLY WE ARE ON COURSE FOR 2.7°C1) THE WORLD CAN EXPECT A FUTURE CHARACTERISED BY WORSENING GLOBAL FOOD CRISES, BIODIVERSITY...

ACTION AGAINST HUNGER

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Created 11/25/2021

Gender-inclusive peace processes: Strengthening women’s meaningful participation through constituency building

As violent conflicts and humanitarian crises intensify globally, especially in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), communities are paying the price in the absence of political settlements and sustainable peace. Women, in particular, are severely impacted by these crises, but they...

UN Women

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Created 11/25/2021

Women’s meaningful participation in peace processes: Modalities and strategies across tracks

Making strides towards women’s effective participation and gender-inclusive peace processes continues to be a persistent challenge with relatively little progress since the passing of the landmark Security Council resolution 1325 (2000) on women, peace, and security. In November 2018, UN Women convened...

UN Women

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Created 11/25/2021

A boy should be a fighter”: Addressing harmful masculinities driving Cattle-Related Violence

This qualitative gender and gender-based violence (GBV) research was conducted in border communities in Jur River and Tonj South affected by high-levels of protracted and seasonal cattle-related conflict. The research aim was to identify gender norms that are supportive of women’s rights...

IOM UN MIGRATION

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Created 11/25/2021

CLIMATE CHANGE, PEACEBUILDING AND SUSTAINING PEACE

Building peace is never straightforward but there is an increasing awareness that the challenge will become exponentially more difficult in countries where climate change is amplifying social and political instability.1 Eight of the ten countries hosting the most multilateral peace operations personnel...

florian kramp

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Created 11/25/2021

Climate Change Adaptation and Peacebuilding in Africa

Climate change and security have been linked in multiple ways, although some sets of linkages have garnered more attention than others. This workshop focused on three areas of linkage that have dominated discussions of climate and security links in developing country contexts....

US AID

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Created 11/25/2021

Conflict, extremism, resilience and peace in South Asia; can covid-19 provide a bridge for peace and rapprochement?

South Asia, home to 1.97 billion people (25% of the world’s population), is no stranger to conflict and confrontation. Longstanding border disputes (such as between India and China and the decades-old standoff between India and Pakistan), the forced displacement of Myanmar Muslims...

Zulfiqar A Bhutta, 1 , 2 Arun Mitra, 3 Afsah Salman, 4 Fawad Akbari, 5 Suraya Dalil, 6 Fyezah Jehan, 7 Mushtaque Chowdhury, 8 Saroj Jayasinghe, 9 Purnima Menon, 10 Samiran Nundy, 11 Firdausi Qadri, 12 Md Taufiqul Islam, 12 Kul Gautam

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Created 11/25/2021

Climate change mitigation in forests: Conflict, peacebuilding, and lessons for climate security

Abstract/Description Forests in low and middle-income countries are at the centre of climate change mitigation efforts. But these forests are also areas of high levels of insecurity and are found in fragile states with weak governance, especially over forestlands. Nations affected by...

Myers R, Luttrell C, Harjanthi R, Fisher MR, Menton M, Läderach P, Wollenberg E.

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Created 11/25/2021