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I Have To Speak (नेपाली भाषा)Voices of Female Ex-Combatants from Aceh, Burundi, Mindanao and Nepal

[सार मेसिन अनुवाद गरिएको]

यस पुस्तिकाले द्वन्द्वमा रहेका केही लुकेका र बिर्सेका आवाजहरूलाई विस्तार गर्न खोज्दछ। विविध राजनीतिक, धार्मिक, जातीय र राष्ट्रिय पृष्ठभूमिका महिला पूर्व लडाकूहरूका यी कथाहरूले महिला र उनीहरूको सशस्त्र द्वन्द्वको अनुभवलाई दिगो शान्तिको लागि गम्भीरताका साथ लिनुपर्दछ भनेर देखाउँदछ।

  • Year2020
  • Author(s)Evelyn Pauls, Tripani Baijali, Alabai Buisan Mikunug, Gypsy Queen Buisan Sumampao, Grace Nitunga, Lila Sharma, Salawati S.Pd
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I Have To SpeakVoices of Female Ex-Combatants from Aceh, Burundi, Mindanao and Nepal (Mindanao edition)

This booklet seeks to amplify some of the hidden and forgotten voices in conflict. These stories of female ex-combatants from diverse political, religious, ethnic and national backgrounds show that women and their experiences of armed conflict have to be taken seriously for building sustainable peace.

  • Year2020
  • Author(s)Evelyn Pauls, Tripani Baijali, Gypsy Queen Buisan Sumampao, Alabai Buisan Mikunug, Grace Nitunga, Lila Sharma, Salawati S.Pd
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(Ne pas) dialoguer avec les groupes « jihadistes » au Mali ?Étude de Cas

Au Mali, dès la fin de l’année 2012, la question du dialogue avec les groupes d’expression jihadiste, labélisés terroristes, a constitué une sorte de zone grise, voir un tabou qui cristallise et interroge les contradictions normatives et pratiques des régimes d’exclusion ainsi que leur impact tant sur la trajectoire de la violence que sur la résolution du conflit. A ce titre, le contexte malien fait face à une situation historique tout aussi complexe qu’inédite.

  • Year2020
  • Author(s)Ferdaous Bouhlel
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Challenges and opportunities for conflict resolution with Salafi jihadi armed groupsPolicy brief No. 10

This policy brief highlights recommendations for evidence-based policy making on pathways to conflict de-escalation with Salafi jihadi armed groups. It proposes a more nuanced public discussion of the topic. This brief draws mainly on the research report “Dialogue with Salafi jihadi armed groups: Challenges and opportunities for conflict de-escalation” which concludes a two-year research project based on case studies in Somalia, Syria and Mali.

  • Year2020
  • Author(s)Véronique Dudouet, Karin Göldner-Ebenthal
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Expert Roundtable on Salafi jihadi armed groupsDe-escalation trajectories and dialogue engagement – Workshop report

On December 11, 2019, the Berghof Foundation hosted a confidential expert workshop on “Salafi jihadi armed groups – (De)escalation trajectories and dialogue engagement”, with funding and support by the German Foundation for Peace Research and the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.

  • Year2020
  • Author(s)Karin Göldner-Ebenthal, Véronique Dudouet
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Les groupes armés salafi-djihadistes et la (dés)escalade des conflitsLe cas d’Ansar Dine au Mali

Lorsqu'en 2012, le conflit violent éclate au Mali, le groupe armé salafi-djihadiste (GASD) Ansar Dine devient rapidement l'un de ses principaux protagonistes. Son chef Iyad Ag Ghaly a conservé un rôle de premier plan au sein de l'entité Jamāʿat nuṣrat al-islām wal-muslimīn (groupe de soutien à l'Islam et aux Musulmans, JNIM) formée en mars 2017.

  • Year2020
  • Author(s)Marie Migeon, Véronique Dudouet
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Improving Community Safety in Contested SpacesA Handbook for Syrian Civil Society Actors

The handbook is designed to help civil society actors in contested spaces and conflict settings provide safety for their communities. It outlines the key principles of the community safety approach and provides practical guidance on how to identify security challenges and how to implement strategies to counter them. The handbook was originally developed for civil society actors in Syria, but it can also be used in other contexts. The handbook is currently also available in Arabic.

  • Year2020
  • Author(s)Will Bennett
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Mapping of Local Governance in Yemeni Governorates

This mapping outlines the situation faced by the population in all 22 governorates of Yemen. We see this as a working draft and welcome any additions, corrections, or comments you might have.

The mapping highlights the economic activities and resources that remain available and introduces the local administration and the situation of the local council in each governorate. It explores the extent to which different institutions of local authority — local councils, executive offices, and governors’ offices — continue to perform their mandates, and provides an overview of the availability of basic services, especially in the health, education, and water and sanitation sectors. The mapping is based on the review and analysis of documents, statistics, and official reports by Yemeni and international organizations, published studies and research, and interviews with local leaders in the governorates.

  • Year2020
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Berghof Glossar zu Konflikttransformation und Friedensförderung20 Essays zu Theorie und Praxis

Das Berghof Glossar zur Konflikttransformation und Friedensförderung stellt die wichtigsten Grundprinzipien und -ansätze unserer Arbeit vor, in der wir Menschen und Konfliktparteien auf der ganzen Welt bei ihren Bestrebungen begleiten, eine friedlichere Zukunft zu schaffen.

  • Year2020
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Les Interactions Entre le Processus de Paix et l'Elaboration Constitutionnelle au BurundiFacteur de Stabilité ou de Crise ?

Cette étude sur les interactions entre le processus de paix burundais et le(s) processus d’élaboration de(s) la constitution(s) qui a (ont) suivi s’inscrit dans le cadre d’un projet plus vaste portant sur diverses études de cas similaires où des conflits à dimension politicoidentitaire ont conduit à des négociations de paix menées sous médiation internationale, qui ont abouti par la suite à des processus de réforme et/ou de changement constitutionnel.

  • Year2019
  • Author(s)Willy Peter Nindorera
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