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27 Aug 2016 description

Daniel Tucker
Mano River Region Project Officer

In August 2014 the World Health Organisation declared Ebola a ‘global health emergency’. Two years on, the health crisis has passed but the epidemic caused social divisions and tensions that are still having repercussions today.

14 Aug 2013 description

This report present key findings from the selected border region locations in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, countries closely linked not only by their common borders and ethnic groups but also by their history and conflicts.

17 Mar 2013 description

Global policy highlights the importance of women’s participation in peace processes and peacebuilding. Yet the impact of international commitments is not felt on the ground. Most peace agreements do not address the specific concerns of women. And women are still excluded from political processes.

20 Jul 2009 description

Making peacebuilding work: the process of peace

Since the war affected mainly rural communities, BPRM believe that the long-term process of building peace and reconciliation needs to take place in these communities. They do this by supporting community and traditional authorities to explore and develop alternative approaches to conflict resolution.

The key to BPRM's success lies in their approach. A foundation of their methodology is the use of 'peace monitors'. These are individuals highly respected by society as sensitive and, more importantly, neutral intermediaries.

21 Apr 2006 description

La participación internacional en los procesos de paz alrededor del mundo ha ido cambiando drásticamente, tanto en su naturaleza como en los mecanismos, a lo largo de las dos últimas décadas, como resultado de la recomposición de las estructuras de poder en el mundo.

30 Jun 2005 description

Rashid Sandi and Frances Fortune

Civil society groups and citizen intermediaries were instrumental in bringing the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) to the table and negotiating the 1999 Lomé Agreement that formed the basis for peace in Sierra Leone. These efforts complemented track one negotiations between the RUF and the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), which were organized by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the United Nations and hosted by the Togolese government.

27 Sep 2000 description


An Expert Seminar Report

London 27 September 2000

by Catherine Barnes, Ph.D.& Tara Polzer
Conciliation Resources

Contents:

Executive Summary

Background

Exclusion as the cause of war; inclusiveness as the key to peace?

01 Nov 1999 description

This paper by John Massaquoi, the Coordinator of the Sulima Fishing Community Development Project, was presented at the First Conference on All African Principles of Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Addis Ababa, November 1999.

The Sulima Fishing Community Development project (SFCDP) is a Sierra Leonean community-based organisation established in Soro Gbema chiefdom to improve living standards and promote development within the chiefdom.