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A project in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan aimed to reduce violence against women by helping police to be more gender-sensitive.
CASE STUDY | 17 January 2017
There is no single justice provider with recognised authority to enforce the law throughout Myanmar. This blog looks at some of the different justice chains people follow to redress grievances, why, and what that means for wider peace and statebuilding dynamics.
BLOG | 19 December 2016 - Will Bennett
Originally published on the Forum on the Arms Trade's Looking Ahead blog, Roy Isbister looks at the UK High Court hearing in 2017 to review the legality of UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia in light of violations of international humanitarian law in Yemen.
BLOG | 19 December 2016 - Roy Isbister
The crisis in eastern Aleppo is a tragic testimony to our collective failure to prevent and resolve deadly conflict.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 13 December 2016
The morally ambiguous deal that the EU has made with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to stop the surge of migrants across the Aegean is a mere eight months old, and it is already failing on multiple fronts.
BLOG | 13 December 2016 - Tuesday Reitano
Women’s political participation in Yemen’s public sphere has been limited to select members of the elite. It has been influenced by different historical legacies of state-building, competing nationalist and religious discourses, changing socio-economic conditions, and urban-rural divides within Yemen.
RESOURCE | 8 December 2016
Peace is included as both a goal and a cross-cutting issue in the 2030 Agenda, but how can we ensure the framework actually makes a difference to people's lives? Anna Moller-Loswick explores effective implementation of the agenda in our latest blog.
BLOG | 7 December 2016 - Anna Möller-Loswick