Every year on September 21st, we observe the International Day of Peace. This is a day when we reflect on whether there have been measurable advancements in Sustainable Development Goal 16, specifically our efforts to promote peaceful, just, and inclusive societies.
At DT Global, we support communities as they stabilize crises, transform conflict, and build lasting peace. Our Conflict Prevention, Stabilization & Transition practice offers expertise in conflict prevention and mitigation, stabilization, resilience, countering violent extremism (CVE), and peacebuilding.
New conflicts bring a rising tide of human tragedy, including new waves of war’s oldest, most silenced, and least condemned crime – sexual violence. Conflict-related sexual violence, whether against women, girls, men, or boys continues to be used as a tactic of war, torture, and terrorism, and within communal
Mr John Dunam, Director, USAID/South Sudan Political Office, joined DT Global officials and local citizenry to inaugurate several new important community and sanitation centers in Chukudum town, Budi County, Eastern Equatoria State, South Sudan. DT Global implements two USAID projects in South
On September 21 we celebrate the annual International Day of Peace, a UN observance day that calls on all of us to strengthen peace and end violence. This year, the day recognizes the role that racism plays in stoking conflict and sowing instability. Elisabeth Dallas, DT Global’s Vice President for Conflict