Documentation FriEnt PBF 2018
Session 1 | Building and sustaining peace through inclusive country dialogue: The case of Sierra Leone
Session 2 | Online and offline polarization - the impact of social media on peace, and how to turn the tide
Session 3 | From policy to implementation: utilizing the instrument of UNSCR 1325 to promote peacebuilding
Session 4 | State of Transitional Justice in Africa - ‘Overpromised? Under delivered!’
Session 5 | EU External Politics in the Nexus Peace, Development and Security
Session 6 | Urban rebuilding beyond bricks and mortar – Toward a new architecture for durable peace for the MENA region
Session 7 | Advocacy for Peace – transnational networking for more effective lobby work
Session 8 | Mining for Peace and Development?!
Session 9 | Opportunity or Pitfall? Connecting the Prevention of Violent Extremism and Women, Peace and Security
Session 10 | The violent peace – lessons from Central America for Colombia's post-agreement phase
Session 12 | Enhancing a part of the problem? The challenges of external support to security actors in politically contested regions
Session 13 | Land based investments – how to sustain peace in post-conflict settings? The example of Sierra Leone
Session 14 | Conflict transformation in Donbas: dialogue between human rights activists and peacebuilders
Session 15 | Wounded leadership - The cost of marginalizing trauma in Transitional Justice
Session 16 | Unpacking the “Sustaining Peace Agenda” – What’s in it for civil society peacebuilders from Africa?
Session 17 | Knowledge for peace – how to share it and how to make use of it?
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