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Peaceful approaches to global challenges

It’s been a good week – so far - to highlight peace on the international stage.

COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 21 September 2016

The injustice of Inequality and its links to violence

Oxfam’s Deborah Hardoon has focused her research on the evidence behind Oxfam’s global campaign on inequality. In this blog, Deborah reflects on the relationship between inequality, injustice and violence. This is also published as part of Oxfam's Policy and Practice blog.

BLOG | 21 September 2016 - Deborah Hardoon

Peace in Myanmar: Listen to the people  

Saferworld's Head of Asia Chris Underwood reflects after attending a International Peace Day event in Myanmar.

BLOG | 21 September 2016 - Chris Underwood

A small step toward democracy in Somalia

Saferworld's Somalia Country Director, Peter W Mackenzie, looks at recent democratic developments in Somalia. This was originally published for Africa Research Institute on International Day of Democracy, 15 September 2016. 

COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 19 September 2016 - Peter Mackenzie

Peace and Migration: Realising the links

This joint statement with The Civil Society Platform for Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (CSPPS) calls for greater leadership to address the root causes of forced displacement and resist conflict-insensitive approaches to migration management.

COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 19 September 2016

Embracing the new global framework for peace

In honour of International Day of Peace, 21 September 2016, Saferworld and international peacebuilding organisations have issued a shared statement to UN member states on the importance of embracing the new global framework for peace.

COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 19 September 2016

UK Government must act now to suspend arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

Saferworld statement on the joint report by the Business, Innovation and Skills and International Development Committees on UK-manufactured arms in Yemen.

COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 15 September 2016

Keeping girls’ education high on the agenda in Kyrgyzstan

A youth project promotes higher education for women and girls, while taking aim at early marriages

CASE STUDY | 6 September 2016

From bias to cooperation – a personal transformation in Kyrgyzstan

The 'Youth Ambassadors' project in Kyrgyzstan seeks to overcome divides by bringing different ethnic groups together to identify solutions to security issues faced by communities. For 20-year-old Muhambetalli, working together with Uzbeks helped change his pre-conceived notions. 

CASE STUDY | 1 September 2016

Empowered Citizens: changing the landscape of local governance in Nepal

In a blog originally published for the Open Government Partnership (OGP), Saferworld’s Ashim Pandey looks at how open government can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

BLOG | 1 September 2016 - Ashim Pandey

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