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Searching for COVID-19 Ceasefires: Conflict Zone Impacts, Needs, and Opportunities

On March 23, 2020, as COVID-19 was first appearing in many conflict-affected areas, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres issued a call for warring parties to cease hostilities and instead wage battle against the pandemic. Drawing on an examination of conflicts in Afghanistan, Colombia,...

Tyler Jess Thompson

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

Conflict Prevention in the COVID Era: Why the U.S. Cannot Afford to Go it Alone

Deepening U.S. partnerships on the ground in fragile states is key to achieving results amid a new global risk landscape. As the United States and other international actors assess the wreckage reaped by the coronavirus pandemic around the world, estimates are that...

Corinne Graff; Laura E. Bailey

Analysis

BEGINNER

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

Tunisia’s Transition Hits a Rough Patch Following COVID Lockdown

Volatile post-election politics continues to limit the government’s ability to address Tunisians grievances. Since uprisings swept the Middle East and North Africa in 2011, Tunisia has long been regarded as the lone democratic success story. But nearly 10 years later, volatile party...

Leo Siebert

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

Shifting power for peace in times of COVID-19

A joint blog from Conducive Space for Peace, Humanity United and Peace Direct. At the end of September, Peace Direct, Humanity United and Conducive Space for Peace held a second consultation on COVID-19 and local peacebuilding. Almost 100 peacebuilders from 67 countries joined the consultation over...

Peace Direct, Conducive Space for Peace, Humanity United.

Blog

BEGINNER

Created 11/13/2020

Amid COVID, We Need Enhanced International Coordination to Build Peace

Tackling the pandemic and building resilience in fragile states requires concerted international action at local, national, and global levels. As the humanitarian and economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, so does the risk that this crisis will fuel new...

Jonathan Papoulidis; Corinne Graff; Tyler Beckelman

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 11/12/2020

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

Measuring protective factors against violent extremism

This briefing paper aims at providing practical guidance to practitioners working to monitor programmes aimed at supporting protective factors to prevent violent extremism to help ensure that the monitoring process and tools developed are aligned with emerging good practice and principles of...

International Alert; UNDP

Analysis, Evaluation Reports, How-to, Tools and Templates

INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/12/2020

Data for Peacebuilding and Prevention Ecosystem Mapping: The State of Play and the Path to Creating a Community of Practice

How can cutting-edge approaches to data—like advanced data science methods, quantitative methods, predictive analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and natural language processing (NLP)—help inform peacebuilding and conflict prevention?   In 2019 and 2020, the Center on International Cooperation convened researchers...

Branka Panic (AI for Peace) & NYU Center on International Cooperation

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 11/09/2020