A Passage to JusticeSelected Yemeni civil society views for transitional justice and long-term accountability in Yemen
Based on interviews with key Yemeni civil society organizations, the report finds that much more is needed to support a Yemeni-led vision of justice and accountability.
After registering a diversity of views amongst Yemeni civil society—from a need to address the economic and social costs of the conflict to the role of civil society in any future transitional justice processes—this report also highlights the obstacles facing Yemeni civil society. Additionally, the report proposes more tactics and strategies for supporting Yemeni civil society and victims’ groups, and to ensure they have an influence over the contours of an eventual peace.
Q&A: Yemen’s Humanitarian Catastrophe Demands Action
Yemen’s civil war, fueled by outsider powers with little concern for the Yemeni people, is not getting better. It is in the global community’s power to stop these atrocities—and justice demands nothing less.
The Reform U.S. Drone Policy Really Needs
As the new administration continues to adjust U.S. national security policy to its strategy, it is essential that regulations placed on drone strikes in order to protect civilians are strengthened—not weakened—for the future.
A Conversation on the Syrian Civil War with Evgeny Afineevsky
His new film provides a unique window into the Syrian civil war, telling the story of Syrian people who have not lost hope.