- Berghof Foundation: 50 years of conflict transformation
- Berghof Foundation Annual Report 2022
- Berghof Foundation: Strategic Priorities 2022-2025
- National Dialogues at crossroads: A series
- From Entry Points to Sustainable Action: Equipping Peace Processes for Accountability and Integrity
- Long-term reintegration challenges and opportunities for female ex-combatants
The Bangsamoro peace process is an interesting case study to analyse potential entry-points for stronger integration of anti-corruption measures into peace processes.
- Author(s)Balázs Áron Kovács
Women faith-based mediators use creative strategies to achieve results despite the barriers they face and while working under risky conditions. But because their efforts and achievements remain largely invisible, together with the Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers, we want to give visibility to these brave women, to their daily struggles as well as unmatched courage and perseverance.
- Author(s)Carla Schraml, Luxshi Vimalarajah
بدأ العراق يشعر بوطأة تغ رُّالمناخ وزيادة المخاطرالأمنية ذات الصلة.
عێراق خەریکە هەست بە قورسایی گۆڕانی کەشوهەوا و زیادبوونی مەترسییە ئەمنییەکانی پەیوەست بە کەشوهەواوە دەکات.
Iraq has begun to feel the brunt of climate change and an increase in climate-related security risks.
Dieser Artikel beleuchtet relevante Zugänge zu extrimistischen Millieus und das aktuelle Radikalisierungsgeschehen in Deutschland.
- Author(s)Michaela Glaser
How does digitalisation shape National Dialogues? To what extent can National Dialogues contribute to shaping digitalisation? National Dialogues are nationally-owned political processes aimed at generating consensus among a broad range of national stakeholders. They can be implemented in times of deep political crisis, in post-war situations or during far-reaching political transition processes that impact the society at large. In this paper, Andreas Hirblinger analyses how digital technologies impact National Dialogue and how they can be used to support such processes.
- Author(s)Andreas Hirblinger
Over the next decades, climate change will profoundly affect the socio-ecological systems that underpin human societies and result in fundamental social change. Besides its potential to stir tensions or exacerbate violent conflicts, in some contexts, it may provide space for political actors to address long-standing tensions around natural resources or to build new alliances in order to address environmental challenges. But when might a National Dialogue be an appropriate tool to address climate change? Read more about the complex relationship between climate change and National Dialogue processes in this paper.
- Author(s)McKenzie Johnson
What are the challenges for organising a National Dialogue process in the context of popular uprisings? What are opportunities for National Dialogues to be successful when active social movements are involved? In this paper, Isabel Bramsen analyses how National Dialogue processes need to be designed, conducted and implemented to allow for inclusive change through the involvement of protest movements.
- Author(s)Isabel Bramsen
The policy brief analyses long-term reintegration challenges and opportunities for female ex-combatants. Drawing insights from working with female ex-combatants in Aceh, Burundi, Colombia, Mindanao, Nepal, and Uganda, it sheds light on the often neglected aspects of their experiences after conflicts end. It offers recommendations for policymakers, peacebuilders and many more on how to design sustainable post-conflict reintegration processes for female ex-combatants.
- Author(s)Evelyn Pauls