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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

BEGINNER

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

Blog

BEGINNER

Created 03/17/2021

Just How Do Deaths Due to COVID-19 Stack Up?

COVID-19 is the leading cause of death in France, England, Mexico, and Brazil, and the second leading cause in the U.S. ince the World Health Organization declared a pandemic one year ago, COVID-19 has killed around three million people, including more than...

Christopher Troeger with Think Global Health

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 03/17/2021

Which color scale to use when visualizing data

When visualizing data, you’re almost always working with color – e.g., with different hues (red, yellow, blue) for categories or color gradients (light blue, medium blue, dark blue) for maps. If you use them to visualize data, hue palettes and gradients become...

Lisa Charlotte Rost for Datawrapper

How-to

INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/17/2021

Pastoralism & Conflict: Digital Toolkit

This digital toolkit aims to provide guidance on how to design interventions to prevent or resolve conflict related to cross-border pastoralism, with a focus on the Sudano-Sahel region. It is here to help users design interventions to fit the needs of their...

Search for Common Ground

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ADVANCED, BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/16/2021

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

Digital Rights in Closing Civic Space: Lessons from Ten African Countries

This report introduces findings from ten digital rights landscape country reports on Zimbabwe, Zambia, Uganda, Sudan, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Egypt, and Cameroon. The country reports analyse how the openings and closings of online civic space affect citizens’ digital rights. They...

Institute of Development Studies

Evaluation, Report

BEGINNER

Created 03/15/2021

As Lebanon Melts Down, Can it Avert Total Collapse?

Financial, governance and COVID challenges are bringing the country to its knees, potentially provoking a new wave of displacement. As Lebanon marks the seven-month anniversary of the catastrophic blast at the Beirut port last August 4, the country appears to be in...

Mona Yacoubian for USIP

Analysis

INTERMEDIATE

Created 03/15/2021

Ep. 1: Violent Conflict is Increasing Globally and in the United States: What Do We Know & What Can We Do About it?

In this first episode of the Alliance for Peacebuilding’s (AfP) new podcast, Peace: We Build It!, Acting CEO and President of AfP, Liz Hume, will sit down with our host Tanya Domi to discuss what is driving increasing global violent conflict and...

Alliance For Peacebuilding

Multimedia

BEGINNER

Created 03/15/2021

Digital Peacebuilding Playbook: Social Media

HOW CAN WE LEVERAGE SOCIAL MEDIA TO ENGAGE & to expand who is engaged and deepen how we engage around topics that are critical for the health of our society. The Commons project is a response to the complex political and social...

the commons

How-to, Tools and Templates

BEGINNER

Created 03/11/2021

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

Blog

BEGINNER

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

Blog

BEGINNER

Created 03/11/2021