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How the EU can better pursue peace in Yemen
Blog

How the EU can better pursue peace in Yemen

Thursday (25 March) marks the sixth anniversary of the conflict in Yemen. A combination of bombs, fighting and starvation has killed at least 233,000 people, according to UN figures, and created the worst humanitarian crisis on earth. As a major donor, the EU can better support civil society actors in Yemen.

25 March 2021
Uniting women peacebuilders in Yemen during COVID-19
Blog

Uniting women peacebuilders in Yemen during COVID-19

In the last of our gender and COVID-19 blog series, Noura from the National Organisation of Development (NODS) and Sharooq from Improve Your Society Organisation (IYSO) tell us about how the pandemic has impacted women in Yemen and using WhatsApp to unite peacebuilders.

27 October 2020
The UK’s arms-to-Saudi quagmire: from tragedy to farce
Comment & analysis

The UK’s arms-to-Saudi quagmire: from tragedy to farce

Despite a June court decision barring the UK Government from approving arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the UK’s International Trade Secretary has admitted to granting two licences in violation of the ruling. Roy Isbister argues that this is yet another example of how the current UK system is fundamentally flawed.

20 September 2019
Yemen: three years of war
Blog

Yemen: three years of war

On the third anniversary of the conflict in Yemen, Saferworld’s youth project coordinator Nada Al-Moayed writes that only famine and disease are winning despite efforts to end the war.

26 March 2018