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The London Conference is over, but the hard work of building peace in Somalia continues

Now that the conference is over, the international community and Somali leaders need to focus their efforts on realising peacebuilding and statebuilding, ensuring that funds are spent accountably, and guaranteeing that civil society has a meaningful stake in a strong and peaceful Somalia.

COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 12 May 2017 - Joanne Crouch

New South Sudan Conflict Sensitivity Resource Facility now live – register for updates!

Developing and testing innovative approaches to conflict sensitivity in South Sudan.

NEWS | 11 May 2017

Bridging divides in Kenya: lessons from a Chinese construction project

Chinese investment in Africa has the potential to greatly affect local communities. Our recent work with COVEC, a Chinese construction company, helped facilitate dialogue between company employees and local people to discuss the construction of a vital bridge.

CASE STUDY | 2 May 2017

Keeping USAID: why the US shouldn’t cut off its nose

News is filtering out that the Trump administration plans not only to slash foreign aid, but also dismantle USAID, incorporating its component parts into the Department of State. David Alpher explains why the US should keep on delivering aid through a dedicated agency.

BLOG | 28 April 2017 - David Alpher

The countering violent extremism agenda risks undermining women who need greater support

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

Spend better, not less: The challenge for UK aid effectiveness

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

Democratisation in Somalia: reflections on 2016 and beyond

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

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