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Three issues to address to avoid conflict in Karamoja
Blog

Three issues to address to avoid conflict in Karamoja

After witnessing a long period of armed conflict and isolation, Karamoja is now beginning to open up to the world. Despite being on the path to progress, Henrik Olsson Selerud explores the emerging concerns of communities and recommends steps to take to avoid future conflict.

29 May 2018
Srijana Pun: fighting for the right to earn a dignified living
Blog

Srijana Pun: fighting for the right to earn a dignified living

In the final entry of our Nepal gender, peace and security interview series, Sahina Shrestha of the Nepali Times writes about the discrimination and marginalisation faced by women who work in the informal entertainment sector in Nepal.

21 May 2018
The EU’s new financial framework must not fortify Europe at the expense of peace
Comment & analysis

The EU’s new financial framework must not fortify Europe at the expense of peace

The European Commission (EC) released its proposal for the new EU Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF) 2021-2027 on 2 May. Given its heavy focus on migration, border management and security, Kloé Tricot O'Farrell and Luca Venchiarutti ask whether the EC's proposal will fortify Europe at the expense of its peace commitments.

9 May 2018
The independent progress study on youth, peace and security: the first step on a long road ahead
Blog

The independent progress study on youth, peace and security: the first step on a long road ahead

Following the release of the independent progress study on youth, peace and security, Jordan Street and Leonie Northedge argue that its recommendations are an important first step in maximising young people's potential to create change globally and in conflict-affected communities. But as long as policies and programmes do not properly address exclusion, the youth, peace and security agenda will fall short.

19 April 2018