TransConflict is pleased to present the tenth Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation (GCCT) newsletter, showcasing the work of the GCCT and its members.
TransConflict is pleased to present the tenth GCCT newsletter, which provides a host of insights into the work of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation (GCCT) and its members. The main purpose of this newsletter is to a) share information about the work of the GCCT and its members to a wider audience, and b) to strengthen co-operation and co-ordination between GCCT members themselves and with other interested parties.
1) New members of the GCCT
SOVA’s Mission is to “protect the environment and improve the lives of disadvantaged and minority groups in South-Central Somalia through providing capacity building training and basic rights projects such as water, food, health, and education.” Read on…
Terra-1530’s mission is to instruct and strengthen rural communities’ capacity on sustainable development. Terra-1530 is working in an economically- and socially-disadvantaged region, focusing mainly on teenagers. Read on…
2) GCCT Members in Focus
3) GCCT Insight and Analysis
Analysis and Insight by GCCT members
GCCT members continue to provide a range of analysis and insight, including – ‘Pursuing reconciliation with armed opposition groups in Afghanistan’, ‘Breaking down barriers to peace between Israel and Palestine’, ‘Jammu and Kashmir – a dotted line and a blotted history’, ‘Iraq, Syria and the MidEast – what is to be done?’, ‘Commemorating genocide – an important element of the politics of memory in Rwanda’.
4) GCCT Activities, Research and Requests
TransConflict is pleased to present information about new training courses offered by the International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC), which was established by the Peace Action Training and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR), a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation (GCCT). Read on…
TransConflict Serbia and Democracy for Development (D4D) from Kosovo – with the support of the British Embassies in Belgrade and Pristina, respectively – organized a conference in Pristina entitled the ‘Empowering female entrepreneurs in the promotion of business opportunities between Serbia and Kosovo’, as part of an on-going project, ‘Creating a New Generation of Women Leaders in Serbia and Kosovo.’ Read on…
5) GCCT Advocacy
Compared to other confidence building measures, social media has played a vital role in bridging the divides created by the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, helping overcome communication gaps and promoting the concept of a healing nation. Read on…
To read previous versions of the GCCT newsletter, please visit:
- The ninth GCCT newsletter
- The eighth GCCT newsletter
- The seventh GCCT newsletter
- The sixth GCCT newsletter
- The fifth GCCT newsletter
- The fourth GCCT newsletter
- The third GCCT newsletter
- The second GCCT newsletter
- The first GCCT newsletter