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There is a risk that the women, peace and security agenda could be co-opted by efforts to counter violent extremism. In her latest comment piece, Anna Möller-Loswick explains why it should be prioritised and implemented in its own right.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 26 April 2017 - Anna Möller-Loswick
REPORT | 25 April 2017
REPORT | 12 April 2017
Following the release of two IDC reports on the use of private contractors for the UK's development projects, Tim Midgley looks at how programmes can be improved in conflict-affected contexts.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 11 April 2017 - Tim Midgley
Saferworld, PUNSAA and SOSCENSA held an event on 6 March 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya, to reflect upon the 2016-17 electoral process in Somalia
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 4 April 2017 - Oliver Chevreau
With Somalia’s 2016 electoral process now finished, Saferworld-supported election observers share their views, findings and hopes for the democratic future of their country.
CASE STUDY | 4 April 2017
International efforts to prevent diversion of arms and dual-use goods transfers: challenges and priorities
BRIEFING/SUBMISSION | 4 April 2017
REPORT | 3 April 2017
In this 15-minute podcast, Co-Founder of Global Witness Patrick Alley explains why corruption can be considered an injustice, and describes how it drives conflict.
BLOG | 3 April 2017 - Patrick Alley
On the second anniversary of Yemen’s war, states and international organisations must step up their support to the vital peacebuilding and development work being done by Yemeni civil society and include them in national peace talks.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 26 March 2017 - Saba Albess