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Tomorrow with @NEDemocracy: Youth-led protest movements in West Africa are growing stronger as they push back against repression and injustice. How can they transform their protests into platforms that offer concrete democratic change? https://t.co/ylcZHLSJw4 #WestAfricaDemocracy
What’s next for Sudan? How can the international community best support the interests of Sudanese citizens? Join us for our panel on Sudan’s coup on 12/7, the first of four sessions where we will be diving into coups and attempted coups around the world:
“When we’re talking about food production—soy, corn, even beef—a lot of it is destined for exports. It’s not necessarily going to feed Brazilians,” says @anyaprusa. Listen to this episode of #Americas360 to hear from experts on food security throughout the Western Hemisphere.
Security sector assistance supported by democratic principles can lead to greater safety & peace for more citizens. Join @AfPeacebuilding, @SFCG_, @HumanityUnited, & @USIP on Tues, 12/7 at 10am ET to learn how!
Venezuela's score in the #fragilestatesindex has worsened since 2019, marked by factionalized elites, widespread human flight and human rights violations. Venezuela demonstrates how even once prosperous nations can spiral into fragility. Read more here: https://t.co/KXe02iBN1c
In a study of 176 countries, researchers find the patrilineal/fraternal syndrome to be a good predictor of a country's #fragilestatesindex score, and a better predictor of violent instability than income, urbanization or good governance @ICRC @cjoye7: https://t.co/1X8uYpYsv1
“All eyes should be on coastal West Africa as countries such as Benin deal with violent insecurity and climate pressure creeping down from the Sahel.”[email protected]
Read more of "To Fight Climate Change and Insecurity in West Africa, Start with Democracy": https://t.co/pA6nAzDii1
Join AfP's L&E team on Wed, 12/1 at 10:15am ET as they contribute to a discussion on advancing the use of GIS in peacebuilding, as part of a workshop on emerging technologies in peacebuilding & prevention organized by @nyuCIC!
A devastating economic crisis is looming over Afghanistan, with the potential to force over 95% of the population into poverty by next year. Can the Taliban face this challenge? Our Andrew Watkins (@and_huh_what) addresses this and more: