Peace and Development
| FriEnt | 2011
16 country round tables, 12 expert discussions and working meetings, two international conferences, three public events, 20 issues of FriEnt Impulses and Webnews, three briefing papers and three sets of documentation, as well as various consultation processes and training workshops: this is the FriEnt team’s score card at the end of 2009 and 2010. Underlying these bald statistics, however, are complex thematic and country-specific challenges which FriEnt members and others must address. We hope that through our activities, we have provided impetus for the further progress of conflict sensitive development and peacebuilding.
We are delighted to have the opportunity, with our bi-annual report 2009/2010, to give you some insights into our work and the activities undertaken by FriEnt members. However, the focus is just not on achievements to date; we also highlight substantive challenges and their significance for the practical work of the various peacebuilding and development actors. We have therefore chosen to profile “Peacebuilding Paradigms”, “International Processes” and “Land Conflicts” as three of our thematic priorities to provide the framework for the report. We would particularly like to thank our colleagues in FriEnt’s member organisations and other interviewees who recount their experience and share their views.
Language | English
File Size | 2.56 MB