Category: Reflections on Practice & Policy

New USIP Report, Insurgent Bureaucracy: How the Taliban Makes Policy

Insurgent Bureaucracy: How the Taliban Makes Policy Tuesday, November 19, 2019 / By: Ashley Jackson;...

Look who’s talking: The recent Business Roundtable Statement of Purpose is significant not for its content but for who is doing the talking and the promise it offers for impact at scale

In a world of negative news, Wasafiri’s next blog offers a pathway towards hope for...

Why I love data (and why you should too)

Why I love data (and why you should too) Meeghan Zahorsky (Bio Below) I am...

Palestine: Peace & Prosperity Plan

[An improved economic situation was] “a necessary precondition to resolving what was previously an unsolvable...

Accelerating Climate Emergency Action (in all aspects of society)

The following passages are from five text boxes this writer included with tweets on the...

The Cinderella of the Sensitivity Fields

From the Corruption in Fragile States Blog, this author asks why corruption mainstreaming has been...

The Role for Religion in the Fight Against ISIS

The Role for Religion in the Fight Against ISIS May 9, 2019 by Qamar-ul Huda...

Somber anniversary reminds journalists of responsibilities

By Steven Youngblood (@PeaceJourn), director, Center for Global Peace Journalism, Park University This weekend marks...

Linking mine action to development: the need for generating evidence of longer-term change

Jason Collodi and Tom Gillhespy from Itad’s Fragile and Conflict Affected States Team outline the...

Journalist kidnapping spotlights importance of collective advocacy

By Steven Youngblood, director, Center for Global Peace Journalism A shot was fired across the...
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