Book launch “Moving Beyond Multi-track Diplomacy and Big Man Mediation eBook”. An intriguing and powerful discourse on peacebuilding in the 21st century.
Listening Methodology is a qualitative, subject-oriented research approach used to analyze direct experiences of individuals affected by conflict. This short video captures and presents the essence of listening methodology as a qualitative research instrument, as a framework for strategic interventions and a tool for conflict transformation and peace building.
The film highlights the reflection and personal experiences of Retired Additional Inspector General Police of Nepal Surendra Bahadur Shah, during his term as Police General. A truthful, historical account of the challenges and difficulties faced by Nepal police force at the height of the insurgency movement and the aftermath of war.
The video features Co-Convenors of the Ulaanbaatar Process, a civil society dialogue for peace on the Korean Peninsula. The Ulaanbaatar Process is a dialogue program initiated in 2015 by members of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) in Northeast Asia as part of ongoing efforts by civil society to build sustainable peace in the region.
Listen to Christine Ahn, Executive Director of Women Cross DMZ, on how the civil society movement for Korea peace is bringing about political change and shaping the peace process.
Dr. Kee Park, Director of DPRK Programs for the Korean American Medical Association, talks about the harms of #sanctions on the most vulnerable people in the DPRK.
“The Korean War is the longest-standing US conflict. It languished on for over 70 years, and it has felt as if this is normal. It is not normal. 70 years of war is not normal. Three generations of families being separated are not normal.” – Christine Ahn, Executive Director of Women Cross DMZ.
Join us for a visit to the Demilitarised Zone in Korea, which has divided the nation for 70 years. Let’s listen to the voice for peace from the people in the DPRK!
Mr. O Ryong Il’s family survived severe bombing during the Korean War. He shares with us how his family’s war experience shaped his aspiration for achieving lasting peace in Korea. Let’s listen to a call for peace from the DPRK. The video is part of the new DPRK film series produced by the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) to bring to you some highlights of everyday lives in the DPRK, and how peace is possible in the Korean Peninsula!
Join us for a joyous wedding in DPRK and get a glimpse into love and dating in the country! The video is part of the new DPRK film series produced by the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) to bring to you some highlights of everyday lives in the DPRK, and how peace is possible in the Korean Peninsula!
CPCS Staff reflects on our Core Values – Grounded, Excellence, Trust, Courageous, and Continued Learning – and how these Values impact our Peace Building Work