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Exploring the links between injustice and violence in Kyrgyzstan
Osh, Kyrgyzstan is still working through some of the structural drivers of the 2010 conflict that destroyed 2,677 buildings, displaced 80,000 people, and left approximately 500 people dead.
Our research paper "Everything can be tolerated - except injustice" looks at the links between injustice and violence in Osh, and explains why reducing people’s daily experiences of injustice is vitally important for peace.
Gender, peace and security and the 2030 Agenda: A way forward for South Africa
South Africa is prioritising women's empowerment and championing gender equality domestically and internationally.
In a new report we demonstrate how the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development - in particular Goal 5 on gender equality and Goal 16 on peaceful societies - provides a valuable tool for advancing the gender, peace and security agenda in South Africa and on the wider continent.
Urgent need for new US counter-terror approaches in Somalia and Yemen
US efforts to combat terrorism in Somalia and Yemen have badly backfired, and both countries urgently require strategies that are less reliant on military approaches.
Following recent announcements on the future of the countering violent extremism (CVE) agenda in the US, in a further comment piece we argue that in order to be effective, CVE needs to address the root causes of conflict and offer new approaches.