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Category: Inclusive political processes

Resolute in uncertain times: peacebuilding in the new US administration

Weeks after the election, Trump's foreign policy and security strategy remain uncertain. David Alpher and Ursala Knudsen-Latta explore the challenges and opportunities for peacebuilders as America shapes a new approach.

Inclusive political processes, International conflict prevention advocacy | 1 December 2016

Women, citizenship and vulnerability in Nepal

With International Women's Day this week Ojaswi Shah looks at the impact of citizenship law on women and girls in Nepal.

Ojaswi Shah | Gender, Inclusive political processes | 7 March 2016

The eve of elections

On the eve of Presidential elections in Uganda, Saferworld’s David Othieno and David Otim offer a view from Kampala.

Early warning, Inclusive political processes | 17 February 2016

Openness in Fragile Environments: the art of the possible

Head of Asia Programme Chris Underwood reflects on this weeks OpenGov Hub workshop in Washington.

Chris Underwood | Post-2015, Inclusive political processes, 2030 Agenda | 15 January 2016



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