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Annual Review 2014-15
Saferworld's multimedia Annual Review brings together some of the highlights of our work preventing violent conflict and building safer lives in 2014-15.
Saferworld comments on the new global development framework, “Transforming our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 3 August 2015 - Thomas Wheeler
In 2005 Saferworld started programming in Kosovo, using a partnership approach that would come not only to define how Saferworld delivers its work but also to represent a core principle for addressing conflict. Ten years on, Saferworld reflects on the achievements and learning from its longest-standing organisational partnership with the...
RESOURCE | 3 August 2015 - Jatinder Padda
Last year marked not only Saferworld's 25th anniversary but also the first year of our new three-year strategic plan. As well as updates from our programme and policy work, the review includes case studies, partner profiles and summary financial information.
RESOURCE | 30 July 2015
Thomas Wheeler discusses the need to find new approaches to the commitment to ‘leave no one behind’ which has been a key feature of all the discussions on the post-2015 agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.
BLOG | 28 July 2015 - Thomas Wheeler
In the wake of recent comments by the UK Prime Minister, Saferworld's Larry Attree argues that a more effective approach to reducing extremist violence would be to craft a foreign policy that itself more consistently promotes the values we are claiming as ‘British’.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 22 July 2015 - Larry Attree
The internationally backed Saudi Arabian military campaign against the Houthis began in March 2015. The 2014-15 takeover of Yemen by the Houthis, with growing Iranian support, has arguably significantly contributed to the current situation. Even though the active roles of these regional players are far from new to Yemen, increased...
RESOURCE | 16 July 2015 - Majed Al-Madhaji, Asil Sidahmed, Farea Al-Muslimi
Ivan Campbell considers whether relations between China and Russia in Central Asia are likely to be characterised by continuing pragmatic cooperation or growing competition.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 13 July 2015 - Ivan Campbell