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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