Press release: External investigations into
IPID are crucial for police-public relations

Left unchecked, already low levels of trust in South Africa’s
criminal justice system will deteriorate further.

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Spotlight: Debating options for
peace in Sudan and South Sudan

ISS provided a neutral space
for policy makers and analysts to
discuss scenarios and policy options.

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ISS Today: Are terrorist groups
stoking local conflicts in the Sahel?

Extremists are often seen as the main
drivers of communal conflict, but
the situation is more complex.

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Seminar: Is Botswana's ruling
party about to be unseated?

If the BDP loses elections this month,
how might that impact one of
Africa’s most stable countries?

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Seminar: Is South Africa’s anti-
corruption system improving?

This seminar assesses the contribution
of key anti-corruption bodies and how
to improve their effectiveness.

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Publication: Deadline or deadlock?
AMISOM’s future in Somalia

Reconfiguring AMISOM would be better for
Somalia than the focus on its withdrawal
that preoccupies donor countries.

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Publication: South Africa’s support
to peace and security in Burundi

Since Burundi’s controversial 2015 elections, South
Africa has provided electoral support, civil service
training and helped develop public institutions.

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Publication: Preventing violent
extremism – lessons from Africa

An analysis of projects in Central, East
and West Africa highlights the need
for longer-term funding.

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ISS in 2018: Achieving direct
impact on human security in Africa

ISS’ annual review shows our evolution
from a traditional research organisation
to one that enables real change.

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The role of women in
violent extremism

Africa faces multiple challenges in
understanding the connections
between gender and terrorism.

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ISS Live: Crime, maps and policing –
how data can improve safety

Do police and communities understand crime
patterns enough to effectively reduce harm?

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ISS Live: Will Mozambique’s
elections be free and fair?

On 15 October, the country will hold its
most competitive elections yet in a
difficult political climate.

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