Is there a Case for Private Sector Development Interventions in Contexts of Open and Sustained Violence?Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit | 2017
Report of the Global Reflection Group “Monopoly on the Use of Force 2.0?”Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung | 2017
The FriEnt members are united by their great commitment to peace and development. They vary, however, in their size, mandate, international partners, projects and approaches. FriEnt's members aim to utilise their divers perspectives and experience as an asset for their shared productive work on peacebuilding in the context of development cooperation.
* The platform for peaceful conflict management and the institute for development and peace (INEF) of the University of Duisburg-Essen share their membership.