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08/03/23

International Women’s Day in Iran 2023

Conflict and authoritarianism are on the rise. This won’t surprise anyone reading about events in Ukraine, Afghanistan, Ethiopia and elsewhere. The new UK International Development Strategy (IDS), published in May…

Article by Drewery Dyke and Tahirih Danesh
Publications

Retreating Rights: Examining the pressure on human rights in Tajikistan

Part of the ‘Retreating Rights’ publication series.

17/05/21

Retreating Rights: Examining the pressure on human rights in Kyrgyzstan

Part of the ‘Retreating Rights’ publication series.

01/03/21

Partnerships for the future of UK Foreign Policy

Part of the ‘Finding Britain’s role in a changing world’ publication series.

16/12/20

Projecting the UK’s values abroad

Part of the ‘Finding Britain’s role in a changing world’ publication series.

03/12/20

Unsafe for Scrutiny: Examining the pressures faced by journalists uncovering financial crime and corruption around the world

Report highlights UK's role as top international source of legal threats to journalists

02/11/20

Protecting the UK’s ability to defend its values

Part of the ‘Finding Britain’s role in a changing world’ publication series.

29/09/20

The principles for Global Britain

Part of the 'Finding Britain's role in a changing world' publication series.

08/09/20

Religion and Forced Displacement in the Eastern Orthodox World

Examining the relationship between religion and forced displacement in Eastern Europe and Eurasia.

23/07/20

Spotlight on Uzbekistan

Examining the progress of Uzbekistan's reforms and exploring what still needs to be done.

14/07/20

Finding Britain’s role in a changing world

Building a values-based foreign policy

03/03/20

Disputed Territories, Disputed Rights: How to address human rights challenges in Europe’s grey zones

A new publication drawing attention to the human rights situations in Europe's 'grey zones'.

26/09/19

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