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As the Arms Trade Treaty crosses the threshold of 50 state ratifications needed for it to become international law, we explore why implementation will be key to its success.
COMMENT | Arms Control
With the UNGA meeting in New York to discuss the SDGs Abdoulie Janneh (Executive Director, Liaison with Governments and Institutions in Africa for the Mo Ibrahim Foundation) discusses African priorities.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 27 September 2014 - Abdoulie Janneh
This is the seventh issue of ATT Update, co-published by Saferworld and the School of Political Science at Tongji University. The ATT Update is a platform for Chinese and other internatinal experts, academics, and students to exchange their views on efforts to regulate international transfers of conventional arms under the...
RESOURCE | 26 September 2014
A group of UK peacebuilding professionals invite participation in a new civic conversation about alternatives to the current approach to national security in the UK.
NEWS | 24 September 2014
As the Arms Trade Treaty crossed the threshold of 50 state ratifications needed for it to become international law, we explore why implementation will be key to its success.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 24 September 2014 - Elizabeth Kirkham
The Conflict Pool, which has supported the UK’s work in addressing conflict and fragility, will be replaced by a new £1 billion Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) in April 2015 under the direction of the National Security Council. This briefing, by international peacebuilding NGOs Saferworld, Conciliation Resources and International...
RESOURCE | 23 September 2014 - Saferworld, International Alert, Conciliation Resources
In an article first published in EurActiv for International Peace Day Executive Director Paul Murphy examines why it is time for the EU to take innovative approaches to peacebuilding on board.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 19 September 2014 - Paul Murphy