“A Green Place, A Good Place”, a classic in African Great Lakes Region history – what’s in it for today’s peacebuilders?
A better understanding of today’s political phenomena as part of a longer historical process, knowledge from precolonial societies about change processes and a more holistic and... Read More
Changing perspectives through theatre – working with child soldiers in DRC
For the past two years, drama workshops have been carried out in the north-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for former child soldiers,... Read More
The Congo’s political crisis is stirring deadly violence in Kasai and beyond
International Refugee Rights Initiative’s new report about violence and displacement in the Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) describes how attacks by... Read More
New report on partnerships with local civil society organisations in conflict
Oxfam and International Alert’s new report “Partnerships in Conflict” presents research on the impact of violent conflict on civil society organizations and the implications for... Read More
Congolese concern – will Kabila stand?
DR Congo President Joseph Kabila is yet to declare whether he will stand in this year’s election. The uncertainty is scaring people.
Preventing the persecution of women in Africa
In most violent conflicts, women typically become easy targets due to a widespread tolerance of sexual violence, the absence of a strong legal framework, an inaccessible... Read More
Justice denied? The ICC’s record in the DRC
The ICC has pursued the ‘small fish’ in the DRC, letting those most responsible for the worst crimes off the hook.
Peace and Conflict Resolution from the Democratic Republic of Congo
TransConflict is pleased to showcase the work of Peace and Conflict Resolution from the Democratic Republic of Congo, a member of the Global Coalition for... Read More