The seventeenth GCCT newsletter

The seventeenth GCCT newsletter

TransConflict is pleased to present the seventeenth Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation (GCCT) newsletter, showcasing the work of the GCCT and its members.

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1) New members of the GCCT

Three new members of the GCCT

TransConflict is pleased to announce three new members of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, from GeorgiaUkraine and Somalia, respectively.

2) GCCT Members in Focus

Act Change Transform from Kenya

TransConflict is pleased to showcase the work of Act Change Transform (ACT!) from Kenya, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict TransformationRead on…

3) GCCT Insight and Analysis

4) GCCT Activities, Advocacy, Research and Requests

Strengthening approaches to combating violent extremism in Afghanistan

Cooperation for Peace and Unity, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, is implementing a comprehensive approach to combating violent extremism in Afghanistan.  Read on…

An open letter from The Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice to Ban Ki-moon

TransConflict is pleased to present an open letter from the Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, to outgoing UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, regarding the current situation in Sri Lanka.  Read on…

Moving forward the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2250

With the announcement by UN Secretary-general, Ban Ki-Moon, of Graeme Simpson as Lead Author for the Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security, as well as an advisory group of experts to support the study process, the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2250 takes a step forward. Read on…

Suicides and murder statistics in the Armenian army

Over a period of six years, from 2010 to 2015, the Republic of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh armed forces suffered a total of 206 fatal casualties, of which 48 were due to suicide and 43 the results of murders. Read on…

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