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New UK Plan is step in right direction – but only with a peacebuilding approach will it deliver the radical goals of the Women, Peace and Security agenda
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New UK Plan is step in right direction – but only with a peacebuilding approach will it deliver the radical goals of the Women, Peace and Security agenda

In the run up to the 25th anniversary of UN Security Council 1325, the UK has launched its fifth National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security. Though a positive step, the government must take an ambitious approach to implementation if it wants to make genuine progress towards peace and gender equality.

28 February 2023
The UK Integrated Review: The gap between the Review and reality on conflict prevention
Comment & analysis

The UK Integrated Review: The gap between the Review and reality on conflict prevention

The UK Government has finally launched its Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy which will determine the UK’s strategy across these three areas for the next decade. While headlines and commentators pour over its contents and implications, Lewis Brooks and Abigail Watson look at what it says and what it means for UK support to conflict prevention.

18 March 2021
Putting peace first: six priorities for a 2019 UK general election
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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