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ISIL’s Biggest Weapon: It’s not a gun, but social media
Jack Tarrant discusses the increasing threat of homegrown terrorism...
Silver Linings Amidst Dark Clouds: Envisioning an alternative narrative of refugees in Italy
In this personal account, Sicilian writer Emanuela Russo discusses...
Film for change: PASTAZA
This is a film for people who care about...
Countering Hatred – Practicing Peace in Wartime
Amidst fighting and bombings, there are individuals and communities...
The Waste Pickers of India
Documentary photographer Hanna Quevedo reports from Seemapuri, India on...
Energy – Transition – Art
Calling all artists! How do you envision energy transition...
Evil On The Loose: Acid Attacks In Nepal
Acid attacks are an ongoing threat to girls and...



Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

Countering Hatred – Practicing Peace in Wartime

Amidst fighting and bombings, there are individuals and communities that seek reconciliation and coexistence rather than retribution. Marit Erdal speaks on a small community of Jewish and Palestinian families that are living together in peace.

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

The Creative Integration of Ex-Combatants in Nepal

Kathmandu-based lawyer and activist Pratyush Upreti comments on the efforts of the ex-combatants to reintegrate into society, as Nepal begins the transition from the Maoist insurgency.

Sunday, January 26th, 2014

South Africa in the Wake of Mandela: how to enhance social cohesion?

Following the death of Mandela, Beyond Violence examines the unresolved tensions that are surfacing in South Africa. Social cohesion does not improve overnight, but which steps is the post-apartheid generation taking to strengthen 'unity in diversity' ahead...

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Colombia: a community resists land-grabbing and conflict

Gwen Burnyeat tells of her encounter with a unique peace community in Colombia, who are promoting systems of local sustainability and guardianship that protect both people and the environment.

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

What Next Zimbabwe?

This is the first article in a series on political violence in Zimbabwe. Jamie Hitchen from Beyond Violence analyses Mugabe's situation and what will come of the proposed elections in 2013. Could this be the end of...

Friday, April 19th, 2013

Everyday Peace Indicators

Professor of Peace Studies, Roger Mac Ginty explores alternative methods for measuring peace in local communities. Can painted storefronts and adoption of stray dogs shape data, policy and thinking in conflict areas?

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