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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.
This paper explores the interaction of the Arms Trade Treaty with the right of innocent passage as established by the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). It notes that while coastal States Parties are obligated under UNCLOS not to hinder innocent passage by foreign-flagged ships...
RESOURCE | 26 August 2015 - Cynthia L Ebbs, James Upcher
Arms trade must be dragged out of the shadows with creation of strong new measures in Cancun this week
Control Arms statement on the opening of first Conference of States Parties for the Arms Trade Treaty.
NEWS | 24 August 2015
The undersigned organizations call on the United Nations Human Rights Council to create an international commission of inquiry for Yemen.
NEWS | 19 August 2015
On World Humanitarian Day, Zarina Khan and Shelagh Daley urge parliamentarians to get involved and work with NGOs to promote a safer world.
BLOG | 19 August 2015 - Zarina Khan
Sebastien Babaud and Bonita Ayuko reflect on experiences from the Conflict Early Warning and Response Network in the Horn of Africa.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 17 August 2015 - Sebastien Babaud, Bonita Ayuko
The conflict early warning and response mechanism (CEWARN) is an early warning mechanism established in 2002 by the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD). It has acted as an important platform for regional cooperation on conflict prevention and early warning and response in the Horn of Africa region. In each country,...
RESOURCE | 17 August 2015 - Clare Gardner
A generation that does not know peace: children and youth living on the Armenian-Azerbaijani frontline
Nana Gamkrelidze explores the impact of a resurgence in fighting along the Armenia and Azerbaijan border on youth, and the importance of including youth voices in peace projects.
BLOG | 12 August 2015 - Nana Gamkrelidze