Religious tolerance in an age of extremes – a multilateral approach
The promotion of the paramount moral pillars of religious identity, freedom and respect each for the other remains one of the foremost roles for the... Read More
Religion in mediation – a different perspective?
Dispute resolution is a tricky business. How can mediators draw on religion, which is key to many communities, in training negotiators?
The diversity of interreligious dialogue approaches
At the heart of all interreligious dialogues related to peacebuilding is an effort to build trust and deepen communication across conflict lines. The purpose for... Read More
The humanitarian role of local faith communities
In humanitarian emergencies across the world, people commonly look to their local faith communities for support. But does religion help people and societies to cope... Read More
Religion and conflict – what is neutral space?
Beliefs, religion and culture have often been sidelined as private matters in accounts of conflict, understood as products of more ‘basic’ material factors, or else... Read More
The path to ending ethnic conflicts
Civil wars and ethnic conflicts have brought the world incredible suffering, but Stefan Wolff’s figures show that, in the last 20 years, their number has... Read More
Kosovo – time for reconciliation
TransConflict is pleased to present a report, published as part of the project 'Mediation through Monasteries in Kosovo', which calls for the establishment of a Community Relations Council to strengthen relations between Peć/Pejë municipality and the Patriarchate.