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1. Lessons from the COVID-19 Crisis: 6 Opportunities to Strengthen Conflict Sensitivity across the HumanitarianDevelopment-Peacebuilding Nexus

2. Looking Ahead: Trends and Solutions for 2022

3. Blowback from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

4. The Rise of Nationalism: Lessons from Europe

5. Social Mobilization and Structural Racism in Colombia

6. Racism, Xenophobia, and Misogynistic Prejudice in South Africa: A Case Study of Policy Interventions Since 1994

7. Good Peacebuilding Financing: Recommendations for Revitalizing Commitments

8. Recent UN Votes on Ukraine: What Needs to be Done to Maintain International Unity (Part I)

9. Innovations in Donor Bureaucracies and the Implications for Peacebuilding Financing

10. Can Emerging Technologies Lead a Revival of Conflict Early Warning/Early Action? Lessons from the Field

11. Gulf States and Peacebuilding: Key Characteristics, Dynamics, and Opportunities

12. Emerging Powers and Peacebuilding Financing: Recommendations for Finding Common Ground

13. Social Housing 2.0

14. Refugee Legal Empowerment: From Accompaniment to Justice

15. Does Justice Mind? Understanding the Links between Justice and Mental Health

16. Addressing Inequality and Exclusion in the Pandemic’s Aftermath

17. How to Maintain International Unity on Ukraine (Part II)

18. The Relationship Between Justice and Equality

19. How to be conflict sensitive in the midst of a pandemic? A case study on Colombia

20. Justice for All and the Social Contract in Peril

21. Towards a Prevention and Peacebuilding Data Hub: Scoping the Future of Data Services and Capacity Building

22. Development Competition is Heating Up: China’s Global Development Initiative and the G7 Partnership for Infrastructure and Global Alliance on Food Security

23. Four reasons why the New Agenda for Peace should focus on nationally led violence prevention strategies

24. Colombia’s Support for Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees: President Petro reaffirms commitment to integration, but continued progress requires more international support