Mansaf is the national Jordanian dish that helps resolve disputes between tribes.
Conflict Cafe chef Batool Rasheed shares her version of it in our Recipes for Peace series:
A photo story documenting our 'Engineering peace' project in #Bangladesh, which uses
innovative building techniques to help communities adapt to climate change.
A photo story offering a glimpse into how climate change is affecting villagers in Nepal.
As the Paris Climate Conference 2015 (#COP21) opens today, read our groundbreaking report on links between climate, war & peace: http://www.international-alert.org/sites/defau…2007_0.pdf
International Alert welcomes the UK government's commitment to tackling the root causes of conflict
EVENT: Are you ready to go up against our quiz master?
Join us on 26 Nov at the Bread and Roses, and test your general knowledge at our #PubQuiz
Tickets are only £6 (in advance). We have a great prize for the winning team!
Why are young people joining violent groups like ISIS? Re-visit a blog by Dan Smith from earlier this year.
NEW PUBLICATION: Towards a peace economy in #Lebanon.
BLOG: Are Syrian refugees making #Lebanon less safe? Perceptions vs reality #Syria
Where does peace begin?
We believe that peace begins with all of us. Whether in the kitchen, the classroom or even the hospital waiting room, peace can begin anywhere. Find out more in our latest annual report
#Pakistan, #Armenia, #Turkey, #Lebanon #Rwanda
NEW REPORT: The complexity of sexual and gender based violence in #Somalia.
Looking for an unforgettable challenge for 2016, or know someone who is?
Run the London Marathon for us and help those affected by conflict build a peaceful future.
Apply today, before it's too late!
VIDEO: #PeaceTalks: Can an app stop a bullet?
Watch our fascinating discussion on the role technology can play in #peacebuilding, with John Ridpath of Decoded, Mariéme Jamme of Africa Gathering & Nikki Philline de la Rosa of International Alert. Chaired by Helena Puig Larrauri of Build Peace.
Jimmy Wales kick started the discussion with a recorded response to the opening question.