In this seminar, speakers discussed how to enable young people’s political engagement and access to decision making.
In this blog Rachel Scott from OECD outlines a new methodology for developing finance strategies in fragile states.
A regional conference shares Asia’s perspective on building and sustaining peace, revealing lessons relevant beyond its borders.
Ahead of International Youth Day, Sarah Smith calls for inclusive youth engagement that goes beyond age and breaks current cycles of marginalisation.
Together with the Department for Peace and Conflict Research at Uppsala University, the Foundation hosts international training on dialogue and mediation.
A collection of papers by peacebuilding experts/practitioners that provides practical insights on what is needed to sustain peace in West Asia and North Africa.
In this blog Muneinazvo Kujeke explains how Zimbabwean youth can nip the country’s political conflict in the bud and prevent conflict ahead of elections next year.
We will be hosting three events together with partners at the annual Almedalsveckan in Visby, Gotland.
Professor Isaac Olawale Albert delivered the lecture on regional engagement in peacebuilding in Africa.
A paper highlighting the barriers for young people in Liberia, Myanmar and Tunisia to engage in peacebuilding and the actions needed to overcome them.