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Fighting marginalisation and exclusion in Nepal
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Fighting marginalisation and exclusion in Nepal

Following a visit to Nepal’s Sunsari and Siraha districts, Ilya Jones outlines some of the accomplishments and challenges faced by partners and communities in their peacebuilding work.

23 March 2018
The good, the bad and the ugly of rising peace inequality – a dangerous injustice to be tackled
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The good, the bad and the ugly of rising peace inequality – a dangerous injustice to be tackled

The divide between the most and the least peaceful countries is increasing. In the last decade, many countries have reached historical levels of ‘peacefulness’, while at the same time other countries are ensnared in seemingly intractable conflict. Rising peace inequality has severe implications for the world as localised crises and conflicts spill beyond porous boundaries. Tackling it, and the injustices both driving and resulting from it, is paramount.

25 July 2017
Why is corruption an injustice?
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Why is corruption an injustice?

In this 15-minute podcast, Co-Founder of Global Witness Patrick Alley explains why corruption can be considered an injustice, and describes how it drives conflict. 

3 April 2017
Myanmar's plural justice system
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Myanmar's plural justice system

There is no single justice provider with recognised authority to enforce the law throughout Myanmar. This blog looks at some of the different justice chains people follow to redress grievances, why, and what that means for wider peace and statebuilding dynamics.

19 December 2016
Injustice: a driver of violent extremism?
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Injustice: a driver of violent extremism?

As the countering violent extremism agenda becomes more prominent, Leanne McKay looks at why it shouldn’t supersede other development, peacebuilding and rule of law options available to tackle violence.

18 April 2016