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Welcome to our blog site! This area of the site brings you a range of views from within and outside Saferworld on all aspects of peace and security. If you are interested in submitting a piece for publication, contact our communications team. We welcome your comments on individual blog posts. You can view the latest posts below, or view them by category or author using the links on the right.

 

Latest posts

Taking stock: what have we learnt from the first six months?

Michelle Parlevliet reviews the first six months of our Justice and Peace blog series.

Michelle Parlevliet | BLOG SERIES: Justice and peace, Security and justice sector development | 15 June 2016

Injustice: a driver of violent extremism?

As the countering violent extremism agenda becomes more prominent, Leanne McKay looks at why it shouldn’t supersede other development, peacebuilding and rule of law options available to tackle violence.

Leanne McKay | BLOG SERIES: Justice and peace, Constructive alternatives to counter-terror & stabilisation, Security and justice sector development | 18 April 2016

US drone war in Somalia – the urgent need for new approaches

As the US steps up its military operations in Somalia Sunil Suri blogs on why drones reinforce a strategy for approaching Somalia that is overly focused on al-Shabaab at the expense of other, more important, drivers of conflict.

Sunil Suri | Constructive alternatives to counter-terror & stabilisation | 15 March 2016

Providing access to justice for all? Four lessons for the SDGs from past rule of law assistance

It is vital that the measures we use to gauge progress on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals offer the best possible chance of genuinely contributing to improved access to justice, argues Lisa Denney.

Lisa Denney | BLOG SERIES: Justice and peace, 2030 Agenda, Security and justice sector development | 7 March 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

Is China-UK cooperation in conflict prevention desirable, likely, and/or feasible?

Following a seminar on China-UK cooperation on conflict prevention there is room for cautious optimism for greater collaboration, says Chloe Gotterson.

Chloe Gotterson | Conflict-sensitive development, conflict prevention, Aid effectiveness | 7 March 2016

How the world plans to measure peaceful, just and inclusive societies: the IAEG report on Global SDG Indicators

In our latest blog Thomas Wheeler examines the recently released proposed global monitoring framework for the SDGs, and what this means for peace.

Thomas Wheeler | 2030 Agenda, post-2015, SDGs | 25 February 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

Gender injustice and conflict: the importance of including women at every stage of a peace process

Including women at every stage of a peace process is vital to avoid replicating the structural injustices that are often at the root of conflict during the process of building peace itself.

BLOG SERIES: Justice and peace, Gender, Security and justice sector development | 15 February 2016

Just cities: the role of public space and everyday life

Dr. Wendy Pullan from the University of Cambridge examines the dimensions of justice and conflict in cities, arguing that public spaces must be preserved even in times of violence.

Dr. Wendy Pullan | BLOG SERIES: Justice and peace, Security and justice sector development | 21 January 2016

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