Addressing resource-based conflict requires a multi-sectoral approach. By combining our extensive experience supporting transparent, accountable governance with a nuanced understanding of locally-driven conflict resolution processes, we address the rights and tenure aspects of competing claims of access to land and resources. In this way, we have mitigated resource-based conflict in Bolivia, Burundi, Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, Ecuador, and Tajikistan.
News: Joining the Conversation on Stability
What is stability? A single definition of “stability” could go a long way in aligning the international community’s priorities around addressing fragility and the risk of instability. On June 26 to 27, the Stabilization Symposium brings together world leaders, development practitioners, private sector representatives, and policymakers to look at applying a single definition of stability…