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COVID-19 and the toxic politics of exploitation
Blog

COVID-19 and the toxic politics of exploitation

We are all under siege. As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, urgent action is needed to challenge the governments who are exploiting it for their own ends, and to address the dangers confronting the world’s most vulnerable people.

3 April 2020
 How can Member States improve the UN’s Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy?
Blog

How can Member States improve the UN’s Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy?

The United Nations secretary-general made public last week his report on the Activities of the United Nations system in implementing the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy. This marks the start of three months of negotiations over an updated UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy. Many hoped the secretary-general’s report would offer a robust call for much-needed changes.

9 March 2021
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
Security Policy Change Project
News & events

Security Policy Change Project

Oxford Research Group have been a great ally of Saferworld in working to improve responses to conflict and we are sad to hear they will close at the end of the year. Despite this difficult news, we are pleased to be sustaining their Remote Warfare Programme. 

21 August 2020