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A video by Oscar-winning filmmaker AbduRahman Hussain introduces Yemeni street artist Murad Subay, who uses art to inspire collective action to build peace.
Saferworld statement on the implications for peace and stability in the UK, EU and internationally following the Brexit vote.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 24 June 2016
The gendered nature of insecurity, and therefore of efforts to promote security and build peace, is now widely recognised. Despite inconsistent implementation, promoting gender-sensitive approaches to security provision has become part of the peacebuilding canon.
RESOURCE | 20 June 2016 - Hannah Wright, Julie Brethfeld, Zarina Khan
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has great potential to support Kenyan efforts to create a more peaceful, just and inclusive society. Its holistic vision of peace provides a comprehensive framework for addressing the various drivers of conflict and violence which have long undermined Kenya’s development progress.
RESOURCE | 20 June 2016
Michelle Parlevliet reviews the first since months of our Justice and Peace blog series.
BLOG | 15 June 2016 - Michelle Parlevliet
Joanne Crouch explores the formation of Federal Member States in Somalia and progress on governance reform.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 14 June 2016 - Joanne Crouch
On 2 April 2013 a large majority of states voted in favour of United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/RES/67/234B to adopt the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). The agreement of a global instrument like the ATT is a goal that Saferworld has been working for since the 1990s, and the adoption...
RESOURCE | 13 June 2016
Saferworld welcomes call by UK parliamentarians for a whole of government effort to implement the Sustainable Development Goals
Saferworld welcomes the parliamentary International Development Committee report on the UK’s implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 8 June 2016