TransConflict is working to establish a Global Conflict Transformation Fund that will provide vital funding for the conflict transformation and peacebuilding activities of members of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation.
TransConflict co-founder, Mirjana Kosic, participated in a two-day workshop at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) in Accra, Ghana, on the topic of reconciliation in transitional settings.
TransConflict, as an affiliate of the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA), hereby presents a demand that the UN Security Council take action against armed forces and groups who attack schools and teachers.
TransConflict is pleased to announce the launch of the Peacebuilders’ Panel, which is designed to stimulate debate about peacebuilding and conflict transformation.
It is increasingly clear that those working under a UN Security Council mandate for peacekeeping are abandoning that very mandate in order to enforce a “solution” favourable to one side alone.
Following Dusan Babić’s assertion that real politics are the only politics that truly matter, Jasmin Mujanović makes the case for why democratic participation can provide a way out from the kleptocracy of ethno-chauvinism and “international administration.”
In response to Jasmin Mujanović’s article, “Jim Crow in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, which called for “a genuine popular mobilization”, Dusan Babic argues that real politics are the only politics that truly matter.
With the Quint peacekeepers – KFOR and EULEX – employing force to impose a one-sided regime, the peacekeeping phase has now reached its end and it is time to impose a settlement that clears the way for real peace.
A solution to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s other problems will be difficult to achieve without first securing an agreement between Croats and Bosniaks concerning the town of Mostar, where October’s scheduled local elections are to be delayed.
As part of an on-going debate over reconciliation and reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jasmin Mujanović argues that only a genuine popular mobilization can reverse the trends that have effectively excluded citizens from the practice of politics.