Was erwarten die internationalen Partner der FriEnt-Mitgliedsorganisationen vom deutschen Engagement für Friedensförderung und Krisenprävention


Auf unserem PBF Voices Blog haben wir das FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum mit einem Blog begleitet. Internationale Partner der FriEnt-Mitgliedsorganisation haben ihre Erwartungen an das deutsche Engagement für Friedensförderung und Krisenprävention formuliert. Die Artikel haben wir hier noch einmal für Sie bereit gestellt. Viel Spaß beim Lesen!

Free for all or freedom for all? Germany should leverage its position in world affairs to promote SDG 16, by Stanley Henkeman, Executive Director of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJRR), South Africa


Rethinking Germany’s peace policy: From crisis management to sustainable peace? By, Matthias Deneckere & Andrew Sherriff, European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM)


How the New Deal can help to address the challenges of conflict in Nigeria (and what’s Germany got to do with it), by Theophilus Ekpon, Executive Director of the Centre for Sustainable Development and Education in Africa (CSDEA) and CSPPS Focal Point in Nigeria


Supporting sustainable peace in Guinea-Bissau: Making room for constructive dialogue between state and society, by Mario Miranda, Independent Consultant, Guinea-Bissau


Supporting peacebuilders, supporting peace: Learning from peacebuilding in Asia, by Dr. Laurens J. Visser, Programme Coordinator for Research and Analysis at the Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies


Strengthening states’ legitimacy and supporting local actors of change are the best ways to build and maintain peace in Africa, by Gilles Olakunlé Yabi, Economist and political analyst, Founder of WATHI, West Africa Citizen Think Tank