Category: ICP Publications

International

Globale Trends Analysen

Adriana Erthal Abdenur, coordinator for International Peace and Security at Igarapé, has published the article “Making Conflict Prevention a Concrete Reality at the UN” in the peer-reviewed policy journal Global Trends Analysis, hosted by the German think tank SEF.

Publications

Le Manuel de Prévention des Conflits

Après un demi-siècle de déclin, la fréquence et la sévérité des conflits armés ont commencé à augmenter à nouveau en 2010.

International Cooperation

The Limits of Conflict Prevention Efforts in Burundi

Recent developments concerning Burundi provide an important example of how difficult it is to develop and implement meaningful and effective conflict prevention strategies. Nevertheless, it is an important case that shows how political will and strategic coherence, amongst key actors involved in an overarching process,

Enhancing Peacekeeping Training Through Cooperation
Publications

Enhancing Peacekeeping Training Through Cooperation

There is growing recognition at the UN and among member states that peacekeeping must be made more effective, especially in face of major budget cuts and wavering leadership by traditional actors.

Policy Brief Gender and Mediation in Guinea-Bissau
Publications

Gender and Mediation in Guinea-Bissau

On July 10, 2017, the President of Guinea Bissau, José Mário Vaz, met politician Domingos Simões Pereira, who had served as Prime Minister from 2014 to August 2015. Although Pereira remained head of the country’s major political party, the African Party for the Independence of

Publications

Central African Republic: historical roots and immediate causes of conflict

This policy brief from the Igarapé Institute presents the historical roots and immediate causes of the conflict in the Central African Republic in order to provide support to international, national and local actors who may play a relevant role in conflict prevention in the country and, more broadly, in the central region of the continent.

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