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Annual Review 2014-15
Saferworld's multimedia Annual Review brings together some of the highlights of our work preventing violent conflict and building safer lives in 2014-15.
Agreeing the 2030 Agenda is a major achievement, says Larry Attree, but it’s what we do next that really matters to those affected by violent conflict and insecurity.
BLOG | 7 October 2015 - Larry Attree
The current crisis unfolding in Yemen has roots in a political culture that promoted corruption and patronage among the country's political elites at the expense of the country's wider population, which experienced shortages in basic services, including water, healthcare, education, security and justice. The 2011 uprising made it clear that...
RESOURCE | 5 October 2015 - Peter Salisbury
These case studies help to give voice to community members who are affected by differing forms of insecurity in South Sudan.
CASE STUDY | 2 October 2015
The UK is in the process of conducting a Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) and refreshing its National Security Strategy (NSS), which will set out the UK’s approach to delivering on its security needs. This submission to the process from Saferworld focuses on how the UK can continue to...
RESOURCE | 1 October 2015
Tickets are now available for a two-day event in London organised by charity Medact, which will bring together health and peacebuilding experts to discuss issues in war, armed conflict and militarism, and the role of health professionals in challenging the drivers of conflict.
NEWS | 30 September 2015
Launched at the UN Sustainable Development Summit 2015, this short video from the Open Society Justice Initiative calls for a commitment to Sustainable Development Goal 16 on peace and justice.
RESOURCE | 25 September 2015
As world leaders meet in New York to sign up to the Sustainable Development Goals, Thomas Wheeler looks at peace within the development agenda.
BLOG | 25 September 2015 - Thomas Wheeler