Can social contact reduce prejudice? Exploring the assumption in Nigeria

Can social contact reduce prejudice? Exploring the assumption in Nigeria
This article is published as part of AP’s work in support of the Youth, Peace and Security agenda, as defined by UN Security Council Resolution 2250 (2015). To learn more about our work and read the other articles published, please click here. In recent years, there has been an increase of peacebuilding projects that seek to...

We’ve got time: Peacebuilding through the arts in Kosovo and Serbia

We’ve got time: Peacebuilding through the arts in Kosovo and Serbia
This article is published as part of AP’s work in support of the Youth, Peace and Security agenda, as defined by UN Security Council Resolution 2250 (2015). To learn more about our work and read the other articles published, please click here. From whichever side one observes them, Kosovo-Serbia relations seem like a never-ending story....

Digital platforms to counter violent extremism among youth: Do they work?

Digital platforms to counter violent extremism among youth: Do they work?
This article is published as part of AP’s work in support of the Youth, Peace and Security agenda, as defined by UN Security Council Resolution 2250 (2015). To learn more about our work and read the other articles published, please click here. This article discusses the role of digital interventions in building youth agency to...

Talking Peace in Tehran

Talking Peace in Tehran
This article is published as part of AP’s work in support of the Youth, Peace and Security agenda, as defined by UN Security Council Resolution 2250 (2015). To learn more about our work and read the other articles published, please click here. This article concerns one of the projects of the Tehran Peace Museum (TPM), which is called...

Using Positive Voices to tackle youth radicalization in Nigeria

Using Positive Voices to tackle youth radicalization in Nigeria
This article is published as part of AP’s work in support of the Youth, Peace and Security agenda, as defined by UN Security Council Resolution 2250 (2015). To learn more about our work and read the other articles published, please click here. In the last decade, Nigeria has been battling religious intolerance, violent extremism and...

Getting it right: peacebuilding in Libya after Palermo

Getting it right: peacebuilding in Libya after Palermo
On November 12 and 13, 2018, the Italian government hosted the Conference for Libya in Palermo. A high-level event that was strongly pushed by Italy, it aimed to find common ground among internal and external actors for solving the country’s political conflict. And while the Conference has, from a political standpoint, drawn both criticism and...

The European Consultation on UN Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security

The European Consultation on UN Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security
In September 2017, almost two years after the adoption of the UN Security Council Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security, 44 young experts gathered in Brussels to participate in the European Regional Consultation, part of a series of regional sessions organised within the framework of the Progress Study mandated by the Resolution itself. The Consultation aimed to bolster concrete...

The EU budget post 2020 and the future of peacebuilding

The EU budget post 2020 and the future of peacebuilding
One of the main debates happening now in Brussels is on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the EU’s main tool for managing its finances. The current MFF will last until the end of 2020, but the debate around its successor has already started and the final decision on the new priorities will be the result...

Building Evidence on Youth-driven Peacebuilding

Building Evidence on Youth-driven Peacebuilding
Recent years have seen an increase in attention and awareness of the powerful role of youth as agents for peacebuilding. Many young men and women are creating youth-led movements, networks and organisations to build peace and transform conflicts and at times they are the primary actors in grassroots community development work. Acknowledging the potential of...