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AISST Director Colonel Birame Diop participated in a platform to address security sector reform in Senegal.
Partners-Jordan's work is recognized by the Jordanian government at a regional Lessons Learned Conference.
Partners-Colombia's program brings increased access to justice to Colombia's indigenous Wayúu population.
The EU and the Hungarian Government have funded this project to increase the number of young Roma media professionals and reduce prejudice and bias.
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Director Gabriela Asmar is the unanimous winner of the 2009 Innovare Award for her innovative work in helping lawyers broaden their view of conflict resolution.
Nadwa Al-Dawsari was hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in March 2010 to speak on tribal conflict and conflict resolution in Yemen.
This event launched the Catalysts for Democratic Change in the Americas project.
Catalysts for Democratic Change in the Americas featured in "The Americas Project" Spring 2010 Newsletter
"Two hundred years of solitude: Toward regional integration by catalyzing democratic change in the Americas" by Partners' Executive Director Julia Roig
Col. Birame Diop, Director of AISST, presented on the institutionalization of civil-military relations at the National Endowment for Democracy's 6th Forum for Democracy in Jakarta
Award-winning champion of Mediation selected as Partners Leadership Fellow
Experienced in facilitation and post-conflict peace processes, Mr. Adinugroho brings his peace-building skills to Partners-Indonesia
"Developing Yemen, One Governorate at a Time"
Partners Yemen held a Development Dialogue Forum (DDF) in March, at which key tribal, civil society, business, and governmental representatives from Mareb governorate spoke with international and national donors and developed an action plan to better manage development activities in their governorate.
In this Serbian-language article, Blazo Nedic, Director of Partners-Serbia, offers ideas and guidelines for the development of mediation in Serbia.
Partners for Democratic Change-Yemen is noted as one of the few organizations with an effective peacebuilding approach in-country in a recent article from the Center for American Progress.
Fundación Cambio Democrático (Partners-Argentina) celebrates its achievements in 2009 with the staff, board of directors, family, and friends of the center.
The Houston Series Conference, organized for the first time by Partners-Colombia, took place the weekend of December 4th-6th in Cartagena, Colombia and was a resounding success.
Partners Executive Director Represented the United States at Rice University's Americas Project Colloquium
Partners Director Julia Roig was invited to participate in the thirteenth Americas Project Colloquium, an event organized by Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy in cooperation with the Organization of American States.
Partners President Raymond Shonholtz recently finished his examination of the United States' approach to development and ways in which it can enter the 21st Century by focusing on impact investing.