The Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation – An Update
TransConflict is pleased to provide an update on the work of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation (GCCT), which is comprised of organizations committed to upholding... Read More
Creating space for women as transformers of conflict
It was not until 2000 when the passing of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 detailed the specific risks facing women in conflict and determined to tackle this... Read More
A waiting game – Syria through the lens of conflict transformation
Looking at Syria through the lenses of a few selected Principles of Conflict Transformation can offer new suggestions for peaceful actions as the fatigue of violence... Read More
Tango – the intimate dance of conflict transformation
Trust, dialogue, passion, communication, vulnerability and empathy. Like tango, transforming conflict is an intimate affair.
Chemical weapons in Syria provide an opportunity for making peace
Aiming to “transform conflict” would inject new energy into the diplomatic process around Syria, by finding new common interests between adversaries.
Sport in conflict transformation – why sport has power to change the world
Sport is an incredible approach to helping youth in areas of conflict resolve prejudice; helping them to rethink the way they treat others, whilst assisting... Read More
Teaching conflict transformation to youth – preparing the world’s future leaders
While incorporating conflict resolution concepts into education is blossoming, now is the perfect time to extend this type of education to all corners of the world,... Read More
Never Again Rwanda
Never Again Rwanda (NAR) is a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, comprised of organizations committed to upholding the Principles of Conflict Transformation.
Rwanda – working for sustainable peace
Rwanda has shown ingenuity in conflict transformation thanks to the policy of National Unity and Reconciliation, as well as to the participatory and innovative justice system... Read More
Former prisoners and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland
The changing dynamics of ‘post conflict’ political discourse, coupled with the emergence of a new generation who did not necessarily live through the thirty year... Read More
Reconstructing cultural heritage in Bosnia
TransConflict is pleased to present a research paper examining how the city of Tuzla has tried to promote a more united future for Bosnia and Herzegovina by transforming its cultural heritage.
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