Political, humanitarian and economic crisis have deeply affected Venezuela and its population. Here are some drivers and factors directly contributing to the ongoing crisis.
Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21st of September. The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire. All the peoples of our planet have a sacred right to peace. Humans haveContinue Reading CD4Peace’s statement on the International Day of Peace
Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace (CD4Peace), Recalling the UNGA resolution 75/25 following-up the Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace, which should serve as the basis of any understanding and reflection upon a given conflict situation, Deeply appreciative of the UNESCO’s urge for Afghan cultural protection outlining how any damageContinue Reading CD4Peace’s Statement on the Situation in Afghanistan
The Syrian conflict is very complex and has involved many national and international actors. The country is still in conflict after 10 years of war. This poster provides a better understanding of the issues. Published August 16, 2021. Author : Serhat Yilmaz
The situation in Mali is one of the most challenging issue that the international community is facing today. Many actors are intervening to avoid any long-lasting implementation of terrorist groups in the greater Sahel region. Alongside counter-terrorism efforts, the quasi-permanent political instability of the country needs also to be adressed in order to reaffirm StateContinue Reading What is happening in Mali ? Understanding the crisis in Mali in five minutes. A poster analysis of the conflict by CD4Peace.
An escalating conflict in northern Ethiopia between federal troops and forces loyal to the Tigray regional government is raising fears of a civil war in Africas’s second most populous country.
A brief overview of the the conflict that is developing in the South Asian country of Myanmar.
The protests in South African – that initially began in support of former President Jacob Zuma, incarcerated and accused of obstructing a judicial enquiry into alleged corruption during his term (head of state from 2009 to 2018) – rapidly evolved into riots, looting and vigilante violence (Crisis Group weekly update). The army has been deployedContinue Reading South Africa : riots, looting and violence : the need to strengthen and support social cohesion
A new wave of protesters took to the streets of the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah to inject momentum into the protests against the Palestinian Authority (PA) that have been flourishing in various regions of the OPT after the custody death of an outspoken critic of the PA. The protests began after the deathContinue Reading OPT: Protests against the Palestinian Authority and President Abbas after the custody death of a critic
On Monday June 28, the Tigray Defense Forces took possession of Mekelle, the regional capital of Tigray. The resumption of the city is the consequence of 8 months of intense fighting between the government and the rebels. The conflict began in November when President Abiy Ahmed sent troops to overthrow regional authorities in the north.Continue Reading Ethiopia: Increase in tensions in Tigray