Search for Common Ground

Less than a decade after the end of the civil war, Burundi remains one of the world’s poorest countries, still recovering from generations of ethnic conflict. The country’s fragile peace is threatened by rising political violence, restrictions on the press and freedom of assembly, high levels of youth unemployment, frequent land disputes, and tensions generated by the repatriation of refugees.
Since 1995, we have supported the process of peace and reconciliation in Burundi, building the capacity of local stakeholders to address a wide range of conflict issues, including transitional justice, refugee reintegration, land conflict, sexual and gender-based violence, and youth manipulation.

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