Community policing for lasting trust: Lessons from northeast Syria

By Magdalena Dutkowska

January 22, 2024   |   0 comments

Building trust, particularly in regions healing from conflict, is a gradual process requiring careful nurturing and constant safeguarding against its erosion. Since the rise and fall of ISIS in northeastern Syria, re-establishing the Self Administration of Northeast Syria (SANES) as the region's de facto government and rebuilding trust in its safety & security providers has proven challenging. ...
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On Democracy

By Debby Kimble

December 9, 2021   |   0 comments

The complexity of democracy, in its purist form, is a tension between individual rights and collective good. Today, we see this tension playing out in nearly every democratic country, including the United States.  ...
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Framing the path to peace in Mali

By Afia wa Mwenze and Deborah Kimble

May 4, 2020   |   0 comments

In Mali, a comprehensive study sheds a light on the factors that challenge the governance systems, write Debby Kimble and Afia wa Mwenze of Creative's Governance Practice Area....
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