- 50 years of conflict transformation
- Berghof Foundation: Strategic Priorities 2021-2023
- Berghof Foundation Annual Report 2020
- Asking my Sisters: Intergenerational Voices of Women from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front in Mindanao
- Berghof Glossary on Conflict Transformation. 20 Notions for Theory and Practice
- Zum Kritischen Umgang mit Verschwörungstheorien: Erkenntnisse für die Pädagogische Praxis
Based on interviews conducted in two Yemeni governorates hit hard by the effects of climate change, Helen Lackner identifies the key environmental issues facing the populations of Hadhramawt and Al Mahra today. The report shows how they are connected to conflict in the two governorates, and explores what local authorities, communities and international actors are doing and can do in the future to mitigate the impacts of climate change and better manage the conflicts that derive from it.
- Author(s)Helen Lackner
This book provides an overview of the Berghof Foundation’s work and impact over the past 50 years and sheds light on future challenges for building sustainable peace.
In this booklet female ex-combatants from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front - Bangsamoro Women's Auxiliary Brigade (MILF-BIWAB) and their daughters in Mindanao share their stories from the region’s post-conflict reconciliation process.
- Author(s)Carolien van Hoof, Stina Lundström, Véronique Dudouet, Beatrix Austin, Mohanie U. Kasan, Mariffa M. Samayatin, Monawara Kumayog, Amira U. Ebrahim, Ledrolen R. Manriquez, Jehan A. Usop, Baina T. Samayatin
Dieser Beitrag, Buchkapitel im MOTRA-Monitor 2020, ist der erste einer Reihe von MOTRA-Monitor-Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Radikalisierungsprävention. Darin deklinieren die Autor*innen einen explizit friedensfördernden und konflikttransformativen Zugang zum Themenfeld Radikalisierung und Extremismusprävention.
- Author(s)Beatrix Austin, Andreas Schädel, Tilman Papesch
This policy brief investigates underlying assumptions at the policy level on how trust comes about in Security and Rule of Law (SRoL) partnerships. Drawing on a policy review and interviews, it identifies two prevalent ‘Theories of Change’ as causal pathways for SRoL programmes towards enhancing citizens’ trust in security-related state institutions. It then critically reflects on these causal assumptions, considering recent advancements in trust research from various disciplines. Based on analysis, it provides recommendations on how to better reflect trust and trust-building in SRoL policies and programming.
- Author(s)Karoline Eickhoff, Viktoria Budde
This manual seeks to support faith-based multipliers who intend to strengthen the peace potential of religions by inspiring and training interested people and groups using peace education methods and approaches.
- Author(s)Cora Bieß, Dagmar Nolden
The Peace Counts image set is a compilation of professional reportage photographs for peace education work in international and religious contexts. It offers an inspiring visual approach to topics such as peace and peacebuilding, conflict and conflict management or transformation and change.
The series of nine picture cards is a peace education tool that explains conflict dynamics in an interactive way and that demonstrated possibilities how conflicts can be managed constructively.
Our 2020 annual report gives an overview of our work around the world during the year as well as insights into our finances and funding.
Oman has played an important role in supporting mediation efforts since the conflict in Yemen began. The country’s amicable relations with Saudi Arabia, Ansar Allah, Iran, and other Yemeni and international conflict stakeholders has allowed it to facilitate negotiations in a manner few other countries are able or willing to realise. This comes in the context of Oman’s established history of attempting to bring conflicting parties from its immediate western neighbour to the table at critical junctures. These efforts were again reactivated in early 2021 with the facilitation of talks between belligerents in the current conflict and international representatives in Muscat.
- Author(s)Abdullah Baabood