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Beyond Boundaries: building bonds through dialogue
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Beyond Boundaries: building bonds through dialogue

Neha Zaigham, Saferworld’s policy adviser in Pakistan, attended a recent dialogue between Pakistan and Afghanistan where delegates discussed a range of bilateral issues including peace and security, trade, media relations and refugee repatriation. This blog shares her thoughts on how the ‘Beyond Boundaries’ dialogue process is going.

27 September 2018
Delivering on the promise of peace? Devolution in Isiolo, Kenya
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Delivering on the promise of peace? Devolution in Isiolo, Kenya

Polarisation has long been a feature of Kenyan politics. In 2010, in an effort to address tensions, the government set out a plan to devolve power to 47 counties. Eight years on, has devolution delivered on its promise of peace and inclusion?

30 August 2018
Nepal’s constitution: between consolidation and contention
Comment & analysis

Nepal’s constitution: between consolidation and contention

Following a 10-year civil war, Nepal’s constitution set the country on the path towards elections and was meant to bring peace and stability to the nation. But with the country’s diversity of ethnic groups, languages and castes, many feel that it doesn’t go far enough. Anurag Acharya looks at the recent local elections and explores what they mean for Nepal’s future direction.

27 October 2017
Time to reflect, vote (again) and build a peaceful nation
Comment & analysis

Time to reflect, vote (again) and build a peaceful nation

The 1 September 2017 ruling by the Kenyan Supreme Court to annul the results of last month’s presidential election and call a new vote in 60 days’ time is a rare example of institutional independence in Kenya’s super-charged political environment.

4 September 2017
Security integration at the heart of Myanmar’s peace process
Comment & analysis

Security integration at the heart of Myanmar’s peace process

Myanmar’s ongoing peace talks have ignited a debate about the future of the security sector, including the potential for dozens of ethnic armed organisations  to integrate with the state. Kim Joliffe considers the concerns and perspectives of the key actors and highlights some major lessons and challenges ahead.

12 July 2017
Libya: a second chance?
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Libya: a second chance?

Former Saferworld Director Henry Smith shares his thoughts on the lessons to be drawn from international post-conflict support to Libya following the toppling of Colonel Gadhafi. 

1 June 2017