Conflict Perspectives is an online journal published by the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy (IMTD). The journal publishes articles submitted by people from all walks of life who live, work or visit conflict zones. We encourage contributors to tell stories of what they witness or experience, their perspectives on the conflict and to apply their insights on how peacebuilding can be promoted in conflicts. By calling for contributions from different points of view and current stories on the ground, Conflict Perspectives seeks to promote the multi-track approach to peacebuilding.

 

  • Let the Fence Come Tumbling Down

    Let the Fence Come Tumbling Down

  • Reflections on the Foundational Dimensions on the Quest for Truth and its Effect on Sustainable Peace in Developing Countries

    Reflections on the Foundational Dimensions on the Quest...

  • The Sierra Leone Water Project

    The Sierra Leone Water Project

  • Time Line: The Abduction at Chibok Nigeria

    Time Line: The Abduction at Chibok Nigeria

Time Line: The Abduction at Chibok Nigeria

This timeline of relevant events reflects what has happened since the abduction of over 200 girls in Nigeria on April 13, 2014. The timeline is drawn from various sources and details the actions of different actors, families, organizations and governments.

  

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The Sierra Leone Water Project

The Sierra Leone Watershed Project Foundation was born out of a series of conversations in a criminal procedure course taught by Professor Jennifer Collins.

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Reflections on the Foundational Dimensions on the Quest for Truth and its Effect on Sustainable Peace in Developing Countries

Interventions in national as well as international conflicts and proposals for resolving them are often conceived thousands of miles away from the epicenters of these conflicts.

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Let the Fence Come Tumbling Down

When will reconciliation replace repression?

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