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Saferworld website is now available in Burmese
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Saferworld website is now available in Burmese

We are excited to launch our Saferworld website in Burmese, which will enable you to keep up-to date about our work and access resources. Globally, Saferworld has pages in English, Chinese, Arabic and Russian. In Myanmar we work with civil society partners to improve community security and we call for more effective policing and justice services that deliver fairly for everyone in society.

2 December 2020
Seven ways we’re challenging gender-based violence in Tajikistan
Blog

Seven ways we’re challenging gender-based violence in Tajikistan

To mark the beginning of the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence (GBV), we share how we work with partners in Tajikistan to challenge norms causing inequality and violence, support domestic violence survivors and promote women’s participation.

25 November 2020
Statement on the death of Awad Mahyoub Saif
News & events

Statement on the death of Awad Mahyoub Saif

Saferworld and the National Organisation for Development (NODS) in Yemen send their deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Awad Mahyoub Saif, a community action group member in al-Hrazieh, Taiz. 

5 November 2020
Uniting women peacebuilders in Yemen during COVID-19
Blog

Uniting women peacebuilders in Yemen during COVID-19

In the last of our gender and COVID-19 blog series, Noura from the National Organisation of Development (NODS) and Sharooq from Improve Your Society Organisation (IYSO) tell us about how the pandemic has impacted women in Yemen and using WhatsApp to unite peacebuilders.

27 October 2020
Incompatible Bedfellows: UN Peace Operations and Counter-terrorism
Comment & analysis

Incompatible Bedfellows: UN Peace Operations and Counter-terrorism

Predictions of the demise of United Nations peacekeeping have so far been premature. The world is adrift in a sea of volatility. Current trends – including rising conflict, authoritarianism, and heavy-handed security practices – mean there will be plenty of “peace” for UN operations to keep in the next decade.

29 September 2020