Advancing human rights, addressing conflict and promoting peace
ODI brings political economy perspectives to aid understanding, particularly in conflict-affected and violent settings.
ODI on Human rights
Assessing how a collaborative, multidisciplinary advocacy effort from international NGOs has helped shape US government policy on the protection of civilians.
Leading experts discuss how to close the global justice gap by engaging with customary and informal justice systems, which address over 80% of disputes in fragile states.
The Working Group on CIJ and SDG16+ (WP CIJ) is a global alliance that draws together over 6o organisations in the justice sector to accelerate action on achieving access to justice for all and build consensus about what it will take to the close the SDG16+ implementation gap in the lead-up to the second SDG Summit in 2023.
This briefing note highlights opportunities for greater collaboration between international humanitarian and human rights actors advocating for better protection of conflict-affected civilians.
The paper draws out learning around how peace and protection operations intersect and explores how operations could enhance work at the so-called peace and protection 'nexus'.
The UK immigration system must change to address ongoing labour shortages in key sectors of the British economy.