As 2021 arrives, we take a quick look back at a few highlights from our work in 2020 and the prospects for peace for 2021.
- feature 29 Dec 2020
Hans-Joachim Giessmann reflects on progress in the Afghan peace process, and why patience and trust will be vital to its success.
- blog post 21 Dec 2020
- Author(s) Hans-Joachim Giessmann
Today marks the fifth anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 2250, which called for increased participation of young people in decision-making.
- feature 9 Dec 2020
A major challenge for us all is the linkage of corruption to so many of the world’s problems, combined with most people’s lack of awareness of these linkages.
- feature 3 Dec 2020
Afghan government and Taliban movement representatives came to an agreement on the procedure and the preamble of the peace negotiations.
- press release 2 Dec 2020
Our study shows how peace processes benefit from inclusivity when the timing is right.
- feature 25 Nov 2020
On 2 Dec, join us and LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security for an event discussing how to bridge the gap on female (ex-)combatants in the UNSCR 1325 agenda.
- feature 19 Nov 2020
Join us in a discussion on women's rights in conflict settings in honor of the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.
- feature 16 Nov 2020
Since 2015, teachers and students in Baden-Wuerttemberg have had a contact point for their questions about peace education: The Service Centre Peace Education.
- feature 9 Nov 2020
Twenty years ago, the UN Security Council launched its landmark Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.
- blog post 29 Oct 2020
- Author(s) Véronique Dudouet