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Time for a new, sustainable European approach to migration
Comment & analysis

Time for a new, sustainable European approach to migration

As European Union leaders take up their new posts, Bénédicte Goderiaux and Lucia Montanaro argue that they have an opportunity to put the core values of the EU – peace, sustainable development and human rights – back at the heart of its migration policy.

3 October 2019
The UK’s arms-to-Saudi quagmire: from tragedy to farce
Comment & analysis

The UK’s arms-to-Saudi quagmire: from tragedy to farce

Despite a June court decision barring the UK Government from approving arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the UK’s International Trade Secretary has admitted to granting two licences in violation of the ruling. Roy Isbister argues that this is yet another example of how the current UK system is fundamentally flawed.

20 September 2019
Bold action on the path towards localisation
Blog

Bold action on the path towards localisation

On World Humanitarian Day, Saferworld’s Director of International Programmes, Susana Klien, looks at what it means to embark on bold reform of the humanitarian system, and explores how power can be shifted to those affected by conflict and crisis.  

19 August 2019
All talk, no action? Disrupting the way the UN reviews the SDGs
Blog

All talk, no action? Disrupting the way the UN reviews the SDGs

Jordan Street and Alexandra Azua Hale reflect on how the Voices of SDG16+ collaborative campaign brought civil society voices into high-level policy discussions in New York, and outline some recommendations for what should happen next.

13 August 2019