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As the Arms Trade Treaty crosses the threshold of 50 state ratifications needed for it to become international law, we explore why implementation will be key to its success.
COMMENT | Arms Control
In Bangladesh, Nepal, South Sudan, and Tajikistan, Saferworld has established community security programmes that focus on building trusting relationships between communities and security providers to enable them to address together the causes, consequences, and risks of conflict and insecurity, and find solutions to strengthen the conditions for sustainable peace.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 23 October 2014 - Kloe Tricot O'Farrell
Global perspectives on peaceful and inclusive societies and the post-2015 framework:A dialogue between member states and experts
This document captures the key issues raised during a meeting co-hosted by the Mission of Mexico to the United Nations, the Centre for International Cooperation of New York University and Saferworld. Held in New York on the 4th and 5th of September, the meeting brought together representatives from UN member...
RESOURCE | 21 October 2014
Saferworld USA event: Supporting transitions towards sustainable peace and security through community policing: design and implementation in transitional environments
NEWS | 17 October 2014
With discussions around the new post-2015 development agenda intensifying, it is of paramount importance that the widest possible range of stakeholders is consulted to identify the priorities of different actors. On 13-14 August, the Observer Research Foundation, India, and Saferworld hosted a workshop in Delhi to foster greater understanding of...
RESOURCE | 14 October 2014 - Vivan Sharan, Sunil Suri
This year’s Annual Review highlights achievements during the final year of our 2011-14 strategic plan. As well as updates from our programme and policy work, the review includes case studies, partner profiles and summary financial information.
RESOURCE | 8 October 2014
In an article written for the European Council on Foreign Relations Saleem Haddad discusses how Jordan is responding domestically to the Islamic State.
COMMENT & ANALYSIS | 7 October 2014 - Saleem Haddad