31 May 2023

A small step

Most of climate fragile countries are countries that are already affected or at risk of conflict, making these countries a resilience building priority. However due to the volatile nature of their governance and economic systems, fragile and conflict affected states are excluded from receiving ap...

Current topics
01 June 2023

Beyond box-ticking

At an event of the Transitional Justice Hub practitioners from around the world met policy-makers to discuss how people-centred transitional justice can contribute to building sustainable peace.

01 June 2023

Über Frieden sprechen, aber wie?

Wir sind deutsche Organisationen der zivilen Konfliktbearbeitung und Friedensarbeit, die seit vielen Jahren auch in der Ukraine oder im ukrainisch-russischen Dialog aktiv sind. Wir sind solidarisch mit unseren Partner*innen aus der Ukraine, die sich im Widerstand gegen den Angriff der Russischen ...

01 June 2023

Presse unter Beschuss

In kaum einem anderen Land weltweit sehen sich Journalist*innen so starker Bedrohung ausgesetzt wie in Mexiko. Über den Umgang mit der tödlichen Gewalt diskutierten kürzlich die mexikanische Investigativjournalistin Marcela Turati, Christian Mihr von Reporter ohne Grenzen (RSF) und MdB Max Lucks ...

31 May 2023

Time to put Lebanon’s crises into focus

Corruption and political as well as sectarian divides have plunged Lebanon into unprecedented crises. But the crises fall off the radar. As part of the #IntoFocus campaign, Berghof sheds light on the forgotten crises.

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07 December 2022

Sea change for German peace policy. Setting navigation marks for steering through troubled water

Since March 2022, FriEnt hosted a series of expert discussions about the “Zeitenwende” (sea change) in German peace policy. This paper presents key observations and conclusions from these discussions and draws on policy debates in the run-up to the first National Security Strategy for Germany.

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