📢We are looking for a new Executive Director to join us at the Fund For Peace.
Deadline for applications: November 7, 2021.
Find out more about the position here:
Over the years, the # of women in 🔑leadership roles has ⬆️but we’re still far from reaching gender parity. 👩must not just be consulted but heard, not just invited but included & not just engaged but their rights & justice ensured. #WomenPeaceSecurity
Call to action for Women, Peace and Security in Peacekeeping
At a virtual roundtable discussion on Women, Peace and Security in Peacekeeping contexts on 8 October 2020, Secretary-General AntÃ³nio Guterres made...
In Burkina Faso, mistrust of the formal judicial system is a key driver of unrest. One community used techniques from systems thinking to diagnose the roots of that mistrust:
A Sahel Town Builds a Way to Improve Reformsâand Foreign Aid
This year‘s escalation of violent turmoil in Africa‘s Sahelâwidened jihadist attacks, military coups or attempts in four nations, and...
Lebanon's score in the #fragilestatesindex has worsened, driven by factionalized elites, a rise in economic inequality, demographic pressures and human rights abuses. These political and economic crises have majorly impacted people’s wellbeing. Read here:
Programs Director Emily Sample (@eefsample) writes about the importance of integrating gendered analysis in the climate security agenda in order to achieve efficient international security policies.
Read here on p.47!
Climate Security Fellows Report 2021
By Esther Sperling These are unprecedented times. The world continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, while democracies and economies around the glob...