peace process

Hightlight the BBVA, Santander, ING, Deutsche Bank, Banc Sabadell, Bankia and Caixabank.

The Centre Dèlas, in collaboration with the FETS, identifies for the first time the insurance companies and pension funds that collaborate with the military armament sector.

The Spanish military response to manage the situation meets the opposition of organisations.

The Delàs Centre is concerned about the presence of the Military Emergencies Unit and armed soldiers on the streets and supports health, social services and research professionals.

Yves Kamuronsi

Twenty years after the genocide, Tutsis and Hutus have begun to call themselves Rwandans.


In any conflict, the picture is always blurred and you can’t separate the ‘good guys’ from the ‘bad guys’ so easily.


The last 9th of May the Catalan Institute for Peace (ICIP) organized ‘Experiencies of reconciliation’, a seminary on sociopolitical reconstruction after violent conflicts.

Amal al Torchani in her way to school in Misrata, Lybia / Photograph: Jordi Bartomeu Farrús, Flickr

The Alert 2016! report from the School for a Culture of Peace (Escola de Cultura de Pau), analyzes the World in terms of conflict and the possibilities of building peace. The report highlights the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war, as well as five possible scenarios for the building of peace.

The Petra Camp, where Anna and the team from DSR were providing basic dental care / Photograph: DSR

Olga Margalef was in Lesvos when scores of refugees were arriving. Anna Sorio visited Petra, after the makeshift camps were being dismantled and the official military camps set up. What has changed?