Vol. 52 Nbr. 4, March 2016
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- Harnessing the potential of boys and girls: to fulfil the promise of the sustainable development goals.
- Climate change and conflict: the tail wagging the dog or new, cascading tensions and inequalities?
- Women's participation in transforming conflict and violent extremism: a case study of the PAIMAN Alumni Trust.
- No peace, no sustainable development a vicious cycle that we can break.
- 2030 agenda--a unique opportunity to address conditions conducive to the spread of terrorism.
- Fostering peace and sustainable development: a genuine commitment of the organization for security and co-operation in Europe.
- Silencing the guns in Africa: a pathway to the sustainable development goals.
- The legacies of armed conflict on lasting peace and development in Latin America.
- The 2030 agenda: reducing all forms of violence.
- Global and national leadership in good governance.
- Post-conflict leadership key to building sustainable peace and development.
- A new international law of security and protection.