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Thinking Big About Transitional Justice

Impuls 09/2018 by Pablo de Greiff, Director of the Transitional Justice Program at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at the…

What will peacebuilding look like in 2030?

Impuls 08/2018 by Jonathan Cohen, Executive Director at Conciliation Resources

Looking ahead often starts by looking back – checking where…

Armenia in transition: When justice prevails in peace

Impuls 07/2018 by Vardan Hambardzumyan, Executive Secretary of YMCA Europe

Sierra Leone and its challenges for peacebuilding after the elections in March 2018

Impuls 06/2018 by Adenike Cole, Coordinator of Sierra Leone Action Network on Small Arms, and Sheku Kamara, Executive Director of the…

Bosnien und der Westliche Balkan gehören zurück in den Fokus der Friedensförderung!

Impuls 05/2018 von Marius Müller-Hennig, Leiter der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Bosnien und Herzegowina

Der neue deutsche Außenminister,…

Italy’s contributions to peacebuilding: One step forward, two steps back

Impulse 04/2018 by Bernardo Monzani and Bernardo Venturi, Agency for Peacebuilding

As violent conflict and instability have grown around…

“Pathways for peace”: putting prevention of violent conflicts at the center

Impuls 03/2018 by Alexandre Marc, Chief Specialist Fragility, Conflict and Violence at World Bank

The joint World Bank-United Nations…

Climate Change, Conflict and Crisis in Lake Chad

Impuls 10/2017 by Janani Vivekananda and Lukas Rüttinger, adelphi

The Lake Chad Basin is currently suffering the world’s largest…

Strengthening states’ legitimacy and supporting local actors of change are the best ways to build and maintain peace in Africa

Impuls 05/2017 by Gilles Olakunlé Yabi, founder of the West Africa Citizen Think Tank, WATHI

Trump Targets Turtle Bay: How António Guterres Can Save UN Peacebuilding

Impulse 03/2017 by Sebastian von Einsiedel and Cale Salih (United Nations University, Centre for Policy Research)