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Human security through civil society in post-war Kosovo

Human security through civil society in post-war Kosovo

This research, entitled ‘Lessons learned: challenges to building gendered human security through civil society in post-war Kosovo’, identifies and explores the challenges to building gendered human security through local and international NGOs in Kosovo’s post-war NGO boom period.

Youth as a bridge – peacebuilding in north-western Kenya

Youth as a bridge – peacebuilding in north-western Kenya

The emergence of locally-initiated and supported peacebuilding initiatives by young people – acting as change agents, mentors and leaders – is fostering a new paradigm in governance, development and peacebuilding amongst pastoralist communities in north-western Kenya.

Hate speech in public life

Hate speech in public life

TransConflict Serbia – with the support of the Embassy of Switzerland in Belgrade – organized a panel discussion in Novi Pazar, entitled ‘Hate Speech in Public Life’.

Separating religion and state in Bosnia

With the role of religion having remained largely ignored in post-Dayton Bosnia-Herzegovina, there is a need to promote a process of secularization by upholding the separation of church and state.

Civil society in Bosnia – obstacle or opportunity?

The marginalization of civil society from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s process of transition can, in part, be explained by the dominant ethno-nationalist agenda that has meant that civil society itself has been ethnicized and divided along ethnic lines