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Rosy Cave discusses Saferworld's Middle East FCO-supported programmes
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Rosy Cave discusses Saferworld's Middle East FCO-supported programmes

Rosy Cave, Director of Programmes, discusses working on the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office-supported project that supports new and emerging women activists in Egypt, Libya, and Yemen. The project is aiming to strengthen their public voice through demand-led capacity building, networking, and advocacy.

16 January 2013
Libya: a second chance?
Blog

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
Counter-terror in Tunisia: job done or mission misunderstood?
Comment & analysis

Counter-terror in Tunisia: job done or mission misunderstood?

Following a number of high-profile terror attacks, Lola Aliaga and Kloe Tricot O'Farrell urge international actors to focus their efforts on addressing exclusive and abusive governance, corruption and marginalisation in order to support a peaceful and sustainable democratic transition in Tunisia.

2 March 2017
Police accountability: a mechanism for peace and justice
Blog

Police accountability: a mechanism for peace and justice

In our latest peace and justice blog, policing experts Gary White and Graham Mathias explore the links between policing, peace and justice, highlighting the importance of accountability structures and processes at all levels to enable and support a police culture that contributes to broader peace and justice.

5 December 2016
 Women and the police in Egypt: A new era?
Comment & analysis

Women and the police in Egypt: A new era?

On paper, the Egyptian government is making positive moves to address violence against women, yet adopting strategies which put women’s needs and concerns at the centre of policing will be the key to real change say Lola Aliaga and Leonie Northedge.

17 June 2015
Civil society under threat in Libya
Comment & analysis

Civil society under threat in Libya

In November 2014, three young social media activists were beheaded by a militant group in Derna, a port city in eastern Libya. This brutal act marks the latest in a bout of targeted killings of human rights and youth activists, say Leonie Northedge and Kate Nevens, and threatens to extinguish the country’s nascent civil society movement, and with it, Libya’s hopes for an inclusive political process.

2 December 2014