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Conflict resolution
Algerian diplomat Mohamed Sahnoun has spent 30 years resolving conflicts. Andrew Stallybrass finds out how... and why.
I see no way of achieving daily bread for all without a world trade market which is genuinely open, and a collective effort to check poverty both at home and abroad, as set by the Millennium Development Goals.
A unique sacred space in the heart of London where people of all faiths, or none, can meet with others from different traditions and explore differences in a spirit of friendship and respect.
Mary Hatton describes a unique series of exchanges between Britain and the Arab world.
Jerusalem is a city with many layers: the Roman occupation, the Christian Crusades, the Arab Caliphates, the Ottoman Empire and the British mandate.
The slave trade has left deep scars. Ann Rignall meets a group of people remembering the past to shape a better future
Will Jenkins travels across the US with an international team of young people.
It would be hard to conclude that the world is safer than it has been, that there has actually been a decline in the number of wars, genocides and human rights abuses over the past decade - yet two prestigious research organisations, 3,000 miles apart, have independently come to that conclusion.
Rajmohan Gandhi warns against the poisonous wind which targets people for being born Muslim, American or Jew.
What does it mean to be European today? Mary Lean reports from Caux.
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