THE BERLIN MOOT – A conference pioneering new approaches to peace: 17-18 April in Berlin

THE BERLIN MOOT: A peace conference on 17-18 April


The latest news and commentary from the Berghof Foundation.

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Luise Amtsberg has been the Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid since 2022.

"Our prosperity has a price, and we have to deal with that"Interview with Luise Amtsberg, patron of the #INTOFOCUS campaign

What’s Germany’s connection to the crises in Lebanon, South Sudan, and Bangladesh? Answers from the Human Rights Commissioner of the German government.

  • feature 28 Apr 2023
Dialogue is a tool that can be used to promote peace as well as to resolve conflicts in everyday life.

How can we successfully engage in dialogue to transform conflict?Communication for peaceful coexistence

Learn from our experts how to successfully engage in dialogues to solve or avoid conflicts in everyday life

  • event 20 Apr 2023

When pacifism is wrongAn interview with Andrew Gilmour

The head of the Berghof Foundation says the traditions of leftist pacifism in Germany deserve great respect but should be questioned in light of the war in Ukraine.

  • feature 3 Apr 2023
Film and research training with women who were formerly associated with armed groups in Kitgum, Uganda.

“Nothing about us without us”Participatory methods in peacebuilding work

Our colleague Evelyn Pauls shares valuable insights on participatory peacebuilding approaches and lessons learned from her work with female ex-combatants.

  • blog post 20 Mar 2023
  • Author(s) Evelyn Pauls
Two Ukrainian women after shelling in Donetsk, Ukraine in March 2023.

A feminist response to the war in Ukraine

Germany just announced its guidelines for a feminist foreign policy. In the context of the war in Ukraine, this means actively promoting women's participation.

  • blog post 15 Mar 2023
  • Author(s) Christine Seifert
The Karen National Union, an ethnic armed organisation, provides health services for local communities in southeastern Myanmar.

Fighting for inclusivityWhy we need to work with armed movements to implement the Women, Peace and Security agenda

Our colleague Tilman Papesch discusses how we can engage with armed movements to foster inclusivity in peacebuilding.

  • blog post 14 Mar 2023
  • Author(s) Tilman Papesch

How can technology make peacebuilding more gender-inclusive?Our colleagues share their perspectives for International Women’s Day

What role do women play in the digital sphere? Can digital tools make peacebuilding more gender-inclusive? Find out what our colleagues have to say.

  • feature 7 Mar 2023
Taking pictures of protesters during the Global Climate Strike in Buenos Aires, Argentina

An intersectional feminist lens on digital peacebuildingHow can technology help foster diversity and equality in peacebuilding?

Digital tools provide benefits and challenges to peacebuilding. An intersectional feminist perspective helps determine how to make the best use of them.

  • blog post 2 Mar 2023
  • Author(s) Nina Strumpf
Volunteer cleaning action in Chernihiv, Ukraine.

One year since the full-scale invasion: What Ukrainian civil society activists have to say

We spoke with civil society representatives about how they found ways to support their communities and what they need from the international community.

  • feature 23 Feb 2023
Protesters at the 2021 Pride march in Kiev, Ukraine.

“It will be harder to deny LGBTQI+ members of the military equal rights after they have risked their lives for the country”Interview with Tetiana Kasian, head of a Ukrainian LGBTQI+ organisation

Read how members of LGBTQI+ communities can contribute to peacebuilding and reconstruction efforts in Ukraine.

  • feature 22 Feb 2023
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