Category: Conflict and Peacebuilding

Islamophobia – Tearing Down Walls of Prejudice

Islamophobia – Tearing Down Walls of Prejudice an arched doorway in Morocco with children's silhouettes lit up at the end of the hallway

I was in 8th grade when a friend first mentioned “the geopolitical quagmire that is the Middle East”. You’d think that the most confusing part of that phrase was “geopolitical quagmire” but, in all honesty, I wasn’t even sure which countries were considered “the Middle East”. At that time, I never could have guessed that […]

Civil war meets COVID-19: Cameroon as a case study in deterioration and chaos

Civil war meets COVID-19: Cameroon as a case study in deterioration and chaos a yellow single-story building behind green bushes

Just as it is our moral duty to join the global collaborative efforts to eradicate COVID-19, it is also our moral duty to ensure our fellow human beings have access to peace, education, jobs, housing, and the basic requirement for human dignity. That may be our moral duty, yet we all know that millions of […]

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But whereas in 1988 a million dead Africans was a figure that could still shock, today the two million southern Sudanese corpses have been submerged by a tidal wave of death that has washed over Africa in the aftermath of the cold war and the dissolution of the post-colonial states. A million dead in Somalia; […]

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