Every Sunday afternoon, thousands of listeners across Rwanda tune into a radio show that became a lifeline for farmers at risk of losing everything.
A childhood marred by war left Pirem afraid and mistrustful of other ethnic groups — until he experienced an unexpected human connection.
After 2015’s political crisis, in 2016 Burundi settled into a “new normal” characterized by low-level insecurity. Read our briefings on conflict trends in the country.
We are using the SCORE Index to understand shifts in attitudes and perceptions among Liberians.
Five young people participated in a TV program, became successful entrepreneurs, and created jobs in poor communities in Rwanda.
Around 67% of Nepali citizens don’t trust the police. A new reality show could change that.
Watch U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s inspiring message upon receiving our Lifetime Achievement in Peacebuilding at the 2016 #CGAwards.