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Blog Post 17 May 2022

Why we Need to Centre Equality in the Implementation of the Global Compact on Migration

Understanding the many interconnections between migration and inequality is critical to support implementation of the Global Compact.

Blog Post 02 May 2022

The Ukraine War Could End Up Revitalizing Humanitarian Law

Russia's invasion of Ukraine undermines humanitarian principles and international stability, while also prompting global efforts for reform.

Blog Post 22 Apr 2022

Why the UK-Rwanda Asylum Deal Risks Harming Global Standards

We reflect on the newly announced asylum partnership agreement between the UK and Rwanda - and its wider implications.

Blog Post 04 Apr 2022

Condemning Russian War Crimes in Real Time Can Save Lives

The crucial role of documenting atrocities for both future accountability and immediate conflict mitigation of Russian forces in Ukraine.

Blog Post 09 Mar 2022

Moving From Paper To Practice on UN Security Council Language on Women, Peace, and Security in Conflict-Affected Contexts

On International Women's Day 2022 we reflect on a recent event concerning Security Council language on Women, Peace, and Security.

Blog Post 07 Feb 2022

Targeted Sanctions Are Trendy, but Not Very Effective

The prevalence and limitations of unilateral and targeted sanctions imposed by Western nations and regional organizations.

Blog Post 30 Nov 2021

Why Illegal Deforestation Should Be Treated as a Security Issue

Examining the links between deforestation and security - charting a way forward for policymakers, law enforcement, and the multilateral system.

Blog Post 22 Oct 2021

Relief Is Not Enough: A Mandate for Diplomacy in Afghanistan

Broader political discourse with the Taliban is needed to prevent humanitarian and economic crisis in Afghanistan.

Blog Post 11 Oct 2021

Rights Literacy in the Context of Indigenous Migration

For Indigenous Peoples' Day, we explore a new initiative to support indigenous migrants in exercising their rights.

Blog Post 30 Jul 2021

The Invisible Pandemic of Modern Slavery Requires Financial Sector Action

Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on modern slavery and human trafficking - and the role of the financial sector in combating these crimes.