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Putting peace first: six priorities for a 2019 UK general election
Comment & analysis

Putting peace first: six priorities for a 2019 UK general election

As UK political parties prepare for the 12 December general election in the UK, they have an opportunity to set out a vision to the UK electorate for a more effective peacebuilding and conflict prevention strategy. Here are six things they should prioritise.

4 November 2019
Building blocks to peace
Comment & analysis

Building blocks to peace

Government, civil society and the media all have a stake in Nepal’s new federal journey. They must trust each other and collaborate for sustained peace, argues Anurag Acharya. 

1 November 2019
‘Belt and Road 2.0’: engaging the business sector
Blog

‘Belt and Road 2.0’: engaging the business sector

Since it was first announced in 2013, China’s Belt and Road Initiative has been off to a bumpy start. But in Beijing and elsewhere, there is growing recognition of the need for change. Bernardo Mariani and Xiaomin Tang look at some of the latest issues around the initiative and outline what an alternative approach could look like.

16 October 2019
When the elephants fight, the grass gets trampled
Long reads

When the elephants fight, the grass gets trampled

Building on past Saferworld research, this series of illustrated long-reads shares the perspectives of Somalis that have lived through three decades of conflict. They chronicle their own experiences and their perspectives of international interventions in the country.

15 October 2019