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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

Report

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.

Report

Created 11/25/2021

Thematic Review on Gender-Responsive Peacebuilding

This document is part of a series of Thematic Reviews regularly produced by the UN Secretary-General's Peacebuilding Fund.  PBF commissions Thematic Reviews to examine past global practices and promising innovations on specific topics, and to reflect on the performance and contribution of...

UN Secretary-General's Peacebuilding Fund, UN Women and German Federal Foreign Office

Report

INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/25/2021

How will COVID-19 reshape science, technology and innovation?

This policy brief discusses the effects that the COVID-19 crisis could have on the future of science, technology and innovation (STI) and its policies. Factors shaping the future of STI include the unequal effects of the crisis on research and development (R&D)...

OECD

Report

Created 11/25/2021

The Centrality of Youth-Inclusive Peace Processes

As the world continues to experience a turbulent period amid the ongoing pandemic, building sustainable and peaceful communities could not be more important—a point underscored in the call by United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres for a global ceasefire last year. Young people...

United Nation Chronicle

Created 10/19/2021

Strategy to Achieve Global Covid-19 Vaccination by mid-2022

The World Health Organization has today launched the Strategy to Achieve Global Covid-19 Vaccination by mid-2022 (the Strategy) to help bring an end to what has become a two-track pandemic: people in poorer countries continue to be at risk while those in...

WHO

Created 10/15/2021

THE REALITY OF COVID-19 IN HUMANITARIAN SETTINGS: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED AND WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

This 90 minute webinar brings together R2HC research teams who have conducted research in Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Uganda, along with humanitarian practitioners and experts, to capture insights from their research studies and operational experiences.   link: https://www.elrha.org/covid-19/#webinar

Elrha

Created 10/15/2021

Peace in Our Cities in a Time of Pandemic: Digital Threats & Urban Violence Prevention

This brief offers city leaders ideas for and examples of urban innovations in the use of social media to address various forms of violence during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Dr. Lisa Schirch, Rachel Locke; Impact:Peace, Kroc Institute of Peace and Justice

Evaluation

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 10/06/2021

Handling Harmful Content Online: Cross-National Perspectives of Users Affected by Conflict

Executive Summary Organized disinformation campaigns and malign actors use social media to increase polarization and incite violence around the world. Harmful online content- including hate speech, false news, cyberbullying, and inflammatory rumors- can spread quickly and reach millions. While research on how...

Search for Common Ground

Created 10/06/2021

M&E Thursday Talk – A Story of Resilience & Fragilities: The Impact of Covid-19 on Horizontal Cohesion in Conflict-Affected Countries

On September 23rd Samah Abdalrahman & Hilde Deman of  Search for Common Ground (Search), hosted a Thursday Talk webinar on "A Story of Resilience & Fragilities: The Impact of Covid-19 on Horizontal Cohesion in Conflict-Affected Countries."

Jack

Multimedia

Created 09/24/2021

September with Search I Covid-19 in Conflict-Affected Countries

During September 2021, DME for Peace will be highlighting Search for Common Ground's (Search) efforts to research and to mitigate the mutual influence of conflict dynamics and COVID-19 response, culminating in a M&E Thursday Talk discussion on September 23rd, at 10am EDT.  -----------------------------------------------------------...

DME for Peace

Blog, Multimedia, Uncategorized

ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 09/03/2021

Speak Up, Speak Out: A Toolkit for Reporting on Human Rights Issues

This toolkit is both a human rights reference guide and a workbook for journalists and civic activists who want to improve their ability to report on human rights issues in a fair, accurate, and sensitive way. Internews believes that a critical first...

Internews

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Created 09/02/2021