Location: Remote but travel to the South Caucasus requiredDuration: 25 monthsStart date: 1 March 2017International Alert is requesting a consultant to conduct an external evaluation of the European Partnership for the Peaceful Settlement of the Conflict over...
This publication is a third in a series of reports produced by the joint expert group supported by International Alert. The previous two included a report on Advancing the Prospects for Peace: 20 years of civil peacebuilding in the context of the Nagorny Karabakh conflict and  Lessons from...
This report presents findings from the first of a series of joint comparative studies into peacebuilding mechanisms in other conflict contexts, carried out by an expert group supported by International Alert. Last year, the group travelled to Belfast, Dublin and London to meet with a wide range of...
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In March-April 2011, International Alert commissioned a series of portraits of people throughout the conflict-torn region from international award-winning photographer Jonathan Banks. The exhibition was called Different Faces, Shared Hopes - The Human Side of Conflict. The aim of the project...
 A new issue of CommonspaceEXTRA, our quarterly publication is out with analysis of meetings between the Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan in Vienna in November and of the results of the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius.Articles in this issue: A "step forward" or a new...
 Almost two decades after the ceasefire agreement, the official peace process on the Nagorny Karabakh conflict mediated by the OSCE Minsk Group has been unable to reach a peaceful settlement. In the meantime, civil society groups in the region have sought to advance the prospects for peace at...
The Nagorny Karabakh peace process: Is there a way out of the impasse? Audio recording from a public debate in London on 21 November 2012. Organised by Conciliation Resources in collaboration with Centres & Programmes Office, SOAS University of London Discussants: Tatul Hakobyan...

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