Africa

Policy Brief: Implications of new legislation on farmer-herder conflict in Nigeria

Our latest policy brief looks at the implications that new legislation regulating cattle roaming is having on the local economy and security.

Young Reporters Become Radio Personalities in the Central African Republic

The radio show “Children in Action” is reshaping the conversation on children’s rights in the Central African Republic. Its producers’ story will surprise you.

Search recognized as best peacebuilding NGO of 2017 in Sierra Leone

The Award recognized our commitment to improving lives in poor and vulnerable communities in Sierra Leone.

Farmers/herdsmen crisis: Institute advocates stringent measures to avoid anarchy

We’re linking researchers, practitioners, and media professionals to find solutions to the conflict between farmers and herders in Nigeria.

Congolese Army Wife Stands Up Against Domestic Violence

Inspired by our human rights training for the Congolese Army, Sylvie Mirindi launched her own program to protect women from domestic violence.

New Research Sheds Light on Conflict Dynamics in South Sudan

Our new policy brief offers unique insight into the dynamics of interethnic conflict in South Sudan and strategic recommendations on how to support long-term stability in the country.

Boniface Mudenge, the genocide survivor who is healing Rwanda

Boniface Mudenge is a small farmer and a contemporary peacebuilding legend in Rwanda.