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June 2016

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Welcome to the June issue of our e-newsletter, bringing you Saferworld’s latest news, comment, analysis and resources.

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Street art for peace in Yemen

"When art exists during war, it is our attempt to say 'we want peace'."

Murad Subay is a street artist from Sana’a, Yemen who has been spreading messages of peace and social justice through art since the 2011 uprising. In a short video, he talks about how he uses his art to inspire collective action to build peace.


Building a more peaceful, just and inclusive Bangladesh

Bangladesh faces a number of challenges related to peace and justice – an area of development prioritised in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, notably with the inclusion of Goal 16.

In a new report and accompanying comment piece, we explore three specific targets in Goal 16 – focusing on violence reduction, access to justice, and inclusive decision-making – which are highly relevant to the challenges Bangladesh faces.

Justice mechanisms and conflict dynamics in Nepal

This report presents Saferworld's research on community perceptions of formal and informal justice mechanisms and the link between access to justice and local conflict dynamics in Nepal.


The UK's role in Yemen

Saferworld welcomes the call by UK parliamentarians to investigate violations in Yemen


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