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Andrew Gilmour

"Climate change and conflict are coming together in new ways that we are only beginning to understand."

The implications of climate change drive mass migration and conflict. A reset in attitudes is crucial for navigating challenges peacefully.

  • blog post 3 Apr 2024
  • Author(s) Andrew Gilmour

How can the harms caused by climate change be addressed?A dialogue between transitional justice and climate justice

During our third dialogue event, we discussed the challenges and opportunities of providing remedies for the loss and damage that climate change is causing.

  • feature 28 Mar 2024
Two men work on repairing and refilling breached sections of embankments as part of the North-East Irrigated Agriculture Project. Sri Lanka.

Video: Providing remedies for climate harmsA dialogue between transitional justice and climate justice

Watch our event recording to learn about the challenges and opportunities of providing remedies to communities affected by climate change.

  • event 14 Mar 2024
Ukrainian servicemen evacuate a man by a boat from a flooded neighborhood in Kherson, Ukraine, in June 2023.

From silent victim to bridgebuilder: The potential of environmental peacebuilding in Ukraine

Our colleague Mariia Levchenko shares insights how environmental rehabilitation can go hand in hand with social cohesion programmes in Ukraine.

  • blog post 11 Mar 2024
  • Author(s) Mariia Levchenko
Ex-combatants from Colombia, El Salvador and Guatemala meet to share challenges and lessons learnt about political, social and economic reintegration.

Video: Political reintegration of women ex-combatants after warPathways to formal and informal politics

Watch the launch event of the latest issues of our policy insights series on gender-inclusive conflict transformation.

  • event 5 Mar 2024
Women discussing the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in Myanmar at an event of the Observe and Act participatory action research project.

How to empower women in conflict?Women of The Berlin Moot share their recommendations for International Women’s Day

Leading up to The Berlin Moot, female experts and practitioners shed light on why it is crucial to include women in the conversation to achieve sustainable peace.

  • feature 4 Mar 2024
Picture of a groups of Nepalese people sitting on a set of stairs made out of brick.

Navigating transitional justice dilemmas in NepalPeer advice from international experts offers a way forward

The Global Learning Hub for Transitional Justice organised a peer exchange on how to improve the latest bill in Nepal’s continuing effort at dealing with the past.

  • feature 28 Feb 2024
In the late 20th century, we saw a shift towards integrating social psychology into peacebuilding. We now need to explore how to make use of insights from neuroscience.

Insights from NeuroscienceHow trauma and identity influence peace negotiations

Ahead of The Berlin Moot peace conference, we discussed with cognitive and neurosciences experts how their findings can advance peacebuilding.

  • blog post 27 Feb 2024
  • Author(s) Charlotte Hamm, Carla Schraml
People fleeing from the conflict in Sudan arriving in Aswan, Egypt.

Sudan's deadly conflictThe urgent need for international intervention

The conflict in Sudan has led to a humanitarian crisis. Our Sudan expert outlines why the international community needs to step in to avoid global ramifications.

  • blog post 23 Feb 2024
  • Author(s) Hani Ahmed
Immaculate Mungai, Chairperson of the Kwale Women of Faith Network, leading a community sensitization session on women and children's rights in Kinango, Kwale, Kenya.

Under crossfire: the courageous work of women faith-based mediators

In our latest study, we explore how women use faith as a tool to solve conflict and which tactics they use to overcome challenges they face during the process.

  • feature 2 Feb 2024
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