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"Peace really must be for everyone, everywhere and anytime"A chat with Mathias Terheggen, CEO, expert on philanthropy and board member of the Berghof Foundation

Mathias Terheggen, our new board member, answers questions about his career and why he works towards positive change and peace.

  • feature 8 Oct 2020

Berghof Foundation alarmed by renewed violence in Nagorno-KarabakhA ceasefire is urgently needed

The Berghof Foundation is deeply alarmed by the resurgence of violence in the Nagorno-Karabakh region that broke out over the weekend.

  • press release 29 Sep 2020

Ethiopia: Interim agreement reached in Oromo Amhara dialogue process

Ten Amhara and Oromo political parties signed an interim agreement on joint political positions on 23 September 2020 in Addis Ababa.

  • press release 23 Sep 2020

Working together for peaceInternational Day of Peace 2020

On 21 September International Day of Peace is celebrated all over the world.

  • feature 21 Sep 2020

We need to talkChanging climate, changing conflicts

The Berghof Foundation and adelphi held a conversation on the importance of shifting the peacebuilding discourse to better acknowledge and address climate change.

  • feature 15 Sep 2020

Gender inclusivity in confidence building

Confidence building is a realm of mediation where even generally embraced rhetorical consensus for expanding inclusivity can often encounter significant obstacles.

  • blog post 9 Sep 2020
  • Author(s) Aneesa Walji, Luxshi Vimalarajah

Dieter Senghaas: Happy 80th birthday!

We mark a milestone for the renowned social scientist, peace, conflict and development researcher, music sociologist and cultural theorist, Dieter Senghaas.

  • blog post 1 Sep 2020
  • Author(s) Uli Jäger

„Menschen im Krieg – Menschen gegen Krieg“Bilderset für Friedensbildung in Schulen veröffentlicht

Friedensbildung in Schulen zu stärken ist seit Herbst 2014 das erklärte Ziel in Baden-Württemberg.

  • feature 16 Jul 2020

From inner to outer peaceSupporting Syrian refugees as agents for peace

Our experience working with displaced Syrians in Jordan shows that under the right conditions, refugees can act as agents of constructive social change.

  • feature 19 Jun 2020

Prospects for peace amid a global pandemic

Six months into the COVID-19 crisis, we asked our colleagues what the pandemic means for people and countries in conflict. And what are the prospects for peace?

  • feature 16 Jun 2020
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