From the long-term impact of school closures, to lessons from previous outbreaks, we take a look at how COVID-19 is playing out in conflict-affected nations.

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As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic grows, Peace Direct convened more than 450 peacebuilders from around the world to discuss how the crises affects them...

FIFA, the UN and World Health Organization (WHO) have joined forces to promote a #BeActive campaign, celebrating sport and peace during COVID-19...

While online ed tools, hangout apps and celebrity ‘Together at Home’ concerts have helped keep people connected, this can be a difficult time for peacebuilders...

The Global Fragility Act, which aims to improve U.S. government efforts to prevent terrorism from taking root in developing countries around the world, is expected to become law after being included in the bipartisan appropriations package to fund the federal governmen...

The Global Fragility Act is set to go to the US Senate floor as a rare bipartisan Act. For the peacebuilding community, it could be a game-changer...

With many of the world's current conflicts attributed to divisions between faiths, can religion alternatively be used to foster peace?

Peacebuilder Abdullahi Isse Abdulle was killed in an al-Shabab attack in Somalia, but one of his final interviews reveals his poignant message for the world...

Hajara Suleiman fled religious violence in her village. Now, she is an example of a transformation happening for many women in Northern Nigeria...

Tarek Mulla was a software engineer in Syria before war forced him to flee, but a new relocation program has helped him fill a skilled labor gap in Australia...

In the wake of a hate-driven attacks in New Zealand and Sri Lanka this year, world leaders are asking: Can the next generation cure online hate speech?

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Opinion
Hear from experts and leaders in the peacebuilding field:
Peace in Central African Republic is a tale of two cities

One year ago today, the government of CAR signed a peace deal with the leaders of 14 armed groups. Here, Caesar Poblicks takes a closer look at the progress of the peace plan...

Ordinary people making  extraordinary choices 
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Noor Ghazi (Iraq)

"The peacebuilders in Iraq have been targeted by the militias, by the Iraqi government, by many different groups just because they're trying to promote peace..."

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