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13 Aug 2017 description

Student brings dialogue experience at university back home during vacation

A Sudanese University student Fatah Elalim brought back lessons to his community in Sudan’s Western Kordofan State, about dialogue as a way to transform local conflicts non-violently.

07 May 2017 description

Contents

  1. Editor's Note

  2. ICT4Peace in the Horn of Africa?

  3. Mollifying the Web in Ethiopia: Matching Practice to Policy

  4. Social Media, Community Policing and the ‘Digitisation’ of public participation in Kenya

  5. Webs of peace and conflict: diasporic engagement in South Sudan

  6. Internet shutdowns as major constraints for digital political activism in the Horn of Africa

EDITOR'S NOTE

05 Mar 2017 description

Contents

  1. Editor's Note

  2. Somali elections online: View from Mogadishu

  3. Somalia under Farmaajo: Fresh start or another false dawn?

  4. Somalia’s recent election gives Somali women a glimmer of hope

  5. ‘Regional’ representation and resistance: Is there a relationship between 2017 elections in Somalia and Somaliland?

  6. Money and drought: Beyond the politico-security sustainability of elections in Somalia and Somaliland

EDITOR'S NOTE

26 Jan 2017 description

Contents

  1. Editor's Note
  2. Gender, peace, and security at 16: Some entry points for enhanced thought and leadership
  3. Financing for women, peace and security
  4. Reaching higher: Women liberators and gender
  5. Beyond numbers: Gender and UN peacekeeping
  6. Comment garantir la paix à travers la réduction des inégalités ?

Editor's Note

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04 Jan 2019 description
job Closing date: 18 Jan 2019 Life and Peace Institute

The Life & Peace Institute (LPI) is an international centre based in Uppsala, Sweden, that supports and promotes nonviolent approaches to conflict transformation through a combination of research and action. In the Horn of Africa and Great Lakes regions, much of LPI’s work is carried out through engagement with, and support to, civil society and academic institutions, building strategic partnerships with national, regional and international organisations and networks.