Een bijeenkomst tijdens de Walk of Peace in Srebrenica. Foto Luc Satter

Walk of Peace in Srebrenica

Vredesweek | Published on 12 oktober 2018 | by Puco Danilovic

In Srebrenica waren op de Internationale Dag van de Vrede alle generaties verenigd voor vrede. Scholieren, studenten, nabestaanden en overlevenden van de genocide liepen, gezamenlijk met lokale politici en de Nederlandse ambassadeur, een Walk of Peace.
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Idlib Calling: half of the family is sick

Idlib Calling | Published on 5 oktober 2018 | by Evert-Jan Grit

Wednesday 3 October Here in the Netherlands, parliament held a debate about Syria. MPs were at each other’s throats on the question of whether so-called “non-lethal aid” from the Dutch government was delivered to terrorist organizations
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Basra is Thirsty!

Iraq | Published on 5 oktober 2018 | by guest blogger

A city once known as the Venice of the Arab word, riddled with fresh water rivers and date palms orchards, is currently going through a critical water shortage and pollution crisis. But this is not the
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Bellen met Idlib: de halve familie is ziek

Bellen met Idlib | Published on 3 oktober 2018 | by Evert-Jan Grit

Woensdag 3 oktober In Nederland debatteerde de Tweede Kamer over Syrië.  Kamerleden vlogen elkaar in de haren over de vraag of de niet-letale steun wellicht bij terroristische organisaties is terechtgekomen en of de maatschappelijke projecten die
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Lessons learned for Ukraine

Ukraine | Published on 1 oktober 2018 | by Marieke Droogsma

“Perhaps the best recommendation is to stay naïve…”. “I see the relevance of the political work, but for us as peace organisation it is crucial to emphasize values, in particular that we never stop promoting non-violence.”
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