• Towards “peace responsive” programming – Interpeace and FAO continue partnership to better address and prevent conflict

    Published on October 18, 2019

    Most severe hunger crises around the world occur in situations affected by violent conflict. Finding better ways to address and prevent violent conflict is therefore necessary to eradicate hunger. In this regard, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) developed a corporate framework in 2018 that outlines how the organization contributes to sustaining peace through its [...]

  • Peacebuilding leadership is not about solving problems – Learning to navigate between polarities

    Published on March 6, 2019

    Peacebuilding leadership is not about solving problems – whether within a team, organization or society –, but about navigating the polarities or contradictions that such a context and undertaking inherently pose.   Together with the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and UNITAR, Interpeace’s International Peacebuilding Advisory Team (IPAT) offered its annual week-long senior level [...]

  • Hardware vs Software: When the process determines the result

    Published on February 4, 2019

    Article published in the latest release of the KOFF Magazine – Hardware vs Software: When the process determines the result National and international experts/advisers are often mandated to provide assistance on policy formulation and implementation in countries emerging from dynamics of violence. However, reviews of decades of technical assistance make evident that the expertise provided is [...]

  • An innovative tool for conflict sensitivity

    Published on November 5, 2018

    Since it was first popularized in the late 1990s, ‘Do No Harm’ and its evolution, conflict sensitivity, have become increasingly mainstreamed in humanitarian and development interventions. However, its application has also often been relegated to a ‘ticking the box’ exercise. Together with various clients, IPAT has sought to develop new ways of applying conflict sensitivity [...]

  • Opinion: To fight famine, tackle conflict

    Published on November 2, 2018

    “The international response to crises needs to change. Addressing the causes of conflicts, building robust, inclusive societies that resist violence: these are the new criteria for effectiveness.” Article by President of Interpeace, Scott M. Weber, on how to tackle hunger through a peacebuilding approach. Article was published on 30 October, 2018 in Devex. Go to article [...]