November 12, 2022
IFOR Juba Conference: Armed Conflicts and Peaceful Transition in Africa Nov 12th
Ahead of its quadrennial 2022 Council which will start on November 14th in Juba, South Sudan, and will last a week, the International Fellowship of Reconciliation organizes an International event focusing on peace efforts in the African continent.
June 10, 2022
Militarization and rights of indigenous peoples in Chiapas
The militarization of indigenous territories is one of the main driving factors in conflicts, and often leads to the displacement of indigenous people or to situations very close to a state of war that endanger people’s lives, according to The United Nations Working Group about Indigenous People. This development can be observed in Chiapas, Mexico.
November 26, 2020
Faith-based peacebuilding? The story of my Life
Interview with Moses John, director of the Organisation for Nonviolence and Development (ONAD) in South Sudan.