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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.
As an ethnically and geographically diverse nation, people in Nepal rely on a wide range of formal and informal justice systems to resolve their disputes. Informal justice mechanisms – in their varying forms – often pre-date formal mechanisms by hundreds of years and remain the preferred method of dispute resolution for the...
Implementation of the 2030 Agenda – and its strong focus on peaceful, just and inclusive societies – provides an opportunity for Bangladesh to focus on challenges related to violence, insecurity, justice and democracy, argues Anna Möller-Loswick.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 17 May 2016 - Anna Moller-Loswick
Despite significant economic progress over the last 15 years and achievements in areas such as poverty alleviation, health and education, Bangladesh still faces a number of developmental challenges related to violence, lack of access to justice, and limited citizen inclusion in decision-making processes.
RESOURCE | 17 May 2016 - Jon Rose
A new video made by Oscar-nominated Yemeni filmmaker AbduRahman Hussain introduces acclaimed Yemeni street artist Murad Subay, who uses graffiti to communicate messages of peace and social justice. He continues to work despite the ongoing war, which is now into its second year.
NEWS | 9 May 2016
Saferworld is convening a debate on building peaceful societies at the European Development Days (EDD) event which is taking place on 15 and 16 June 2016 in Brussels.
NEWS | 4 May 2016
A group of UK parliamentarians made a much-needed call today for an independent investigation into allegations of violations of international humanitarian law in Yemen.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 4 May 2016
In 2012 Somalia began a process of federalisation as a mechanism for statebuilding and ultimately stabilisation. Previous political processes have elicited limited success and have frequently been critiqued as elite-driven and divorced from popular needs. This research and its associated recommendations are an attempt to re-focus attention onto Somali citizens...