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Members of the Community Safety Committee in Aden are handing over firefighting kits to selected neighborhoods in the Sirah district as part of their second initiative.

Strengthening local safety in YemenLaunch of a resource hub on community safety

To support actors working on community safety, we are launching a resource hub in Yemen through a training manual, committees and an online platform.

  • feature 10 Jan 2022
Das Georg-Zundel-Haus ist das Büro der Berghof Foundation und ein Ort für Friedensbildung in Tübingen seit 2002.

Berghof Foundation feiert ein halbes Jahrhundert Friedensarbeit

Die Berghof Foundation feiert am 16. Dezember ihr Jubiläum mit einer Baumpflanz-Aktion an ihrem Gründungsort in Tübingen.

  • press release 16 Dec 2021
Conference room with chairs and tables in a circle

Negotiations, dialogue and mediationWhich approach leads to intra-state peace?

Read about strengths and weaknesses of each approach and how in a peace process, they can be applied in a mutually reinforcing manner.

  • blog post 10 Dec 2021
  • Author(s) Hans-Joachim Giessmann
Bundestag, Berlin, Deutschland.

Recommendations to the new German governmentGermany's foreign policy needs a binding peace policy frame of reference

Concrete recommendations for the foreign and security policy of the new German government, summarised by the Berghof Foundation and the European University Viadrina.

  • feature 29 Nov 2021
Students sitting in small groups at a library

Video: Knowledge for a complex worldRethinking the roles of peace research and peace education

Watch a video of our panel discussion on how these intertwined disciplines should react to current global challenges.

  • event 25 Nov 2021
Hiroshima survivor Hottori Michiko

Every second counts for the survivors

Virtual testimony session with Hiroshima survivor Ms Hattori Michiko.

  • event 24 Nov 2021
Women attend a workshop on UN SCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security - Malha, North Darfur

We can do better!Three ways how peacebuilding efforts can become more gender inclusive

These mechanisms can inform peacebuilding as a more inclusive practice where everyone has a seat at the table and the act of conflict-sensitivity is reinforced.

  • feature 3 Nov 2021
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Ways to mitigate the impact of climate change on conflictSpeech by Andrew Gilmour at the Human Rights and Science Symposium

At the 9th Human Rights and Science Symposium, our Executive Director Andrew Gilmour spoke on minimising the risk of climate change on conflict and human rights.

  • feature 1 Nov 2021
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COP26, climate change and conflict.

In November, COP26 will convene for the most important summit yet to halt climate breakdown, and to prevent the threats climate change poses for sustainable peace.

  • feature 27 Oct 2021
Group photo of the participants before the start of the Aiete conference in San Sebastian.

Lessons learnt from the Basque peace processTen years after the Aiete peace conference

Berghof looks back at an unconventional peace process that teaches us the value of creativity and persistence in the face of deadlocks.

  • feature 18 Oct 2021
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