2017

Featured-Header | November 14, 2017

Ending Impunity in the Central African Republic Still a Bridge Too Far

At the end of July 2017, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) announced that the number of internally displaced people (IDPs) in the Central African Republic (CAR) had reached 600,000. The number of refugees, most of whom are in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Cameroon, had reached 480,000. This recent […]

Main street, Paoua, north west Central African Republic (CAR)
Main street, Paoua, north west CAR
Special Issue: African Youth—Generation Next for Peacebuiding? | November 9, 2017

Special Issue: “African Youth—Generation Next for Peacebuilding? Trends and Prospects”

Africa is currently experiencing unprecedented population growth, characterized in part by a booming youth demographic. “Youth”—defined by the African Union’s African Youth Charter as individuals between the ages of fifteen and thirty-five—today constitute roughly three-fifths of Africa’s total population. The United Nations estimates that by 2050 there will be 2.5 billion people in Africa; in […]

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Special Issue: African Youth—Generation Next for Peacebuiding? | November 9, 2017

New Threats to Africa’s Peace and Security: the Role of Youth in Preventing Conflicts and Building Sustainable Peace

Today, more than 600 million young people globally live in fragile and conflict-affected areas, a large proportion of them in Africa. 1 Considering that a rising youth population in Africa—the fastest growing in the world —intersects with a number of threats to peace and security on the continent, it is no wonder that this growth, […]

Youth technology training in South Africa
Youth technology training in South Africa
Special Issue: African Youth—Generation Next for Peacebuiding? | November 9, 2017

Interfaith Dialogue on Violent Extremism: Putting Youth in the Driver’s Seat!

Since 2000, the issue of violent extremism has risen to the highest levels of national, regional, and global concern. While prevention is generally pursued through coercive hard power such as military-dominated peace support operations and surveillance, this has proven effective only to a certain extent. It has also come at a high cost, both financially […]

8 August 2011. El Fasher: Yusra Suleiman al Toum Ahmed, 16 years old, originally from Mellit but currently living in El Fasher. Member of the Parilament of Students, the Koranic organization and the Students Union in El Fasher. She wants to become journalist and to improve her country. Pictures during the interview in Crimsons Lights. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran - UNAMID
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