ISS Today: Mozambique’s
apparent Islamist insurgency
poses multiple threats

Whatever its causes, recent attacks show that the
government is far from getting the crisis under control.

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Weekly briefing: Tackling Somali
piracy on land and at sea

Is enough being done to address the
root causes of piracy in Somalia itself?

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Seminar: Using evidence
to reduce violence in
the Western Cape

When violence is localised,
strategies based on analysis
of incident data can work.

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Seminar: What is the
success factor behind
SA’s latest public safety policy?

Accurate crime information is central
to the effectiveness of the White
Paper on Safety and Security.

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Publication: Africa and
climate change – projecting
vulnerability and adaptive capacity

To navigate future risks, African governments
must harmonise development with
climate change strategies.

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Publication: Freedom of movement in
Southern Africa: a SADC (pipe)dream?

The region needs a more collective approach
to managing migration but political will
and reliable data are lacking.

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ISS Live: Can Africa adapt to
future impacts of climate change?

Africa has contributed little to climate
change, but is disproportionately
vulnerable to its effects.

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Publication: Gender and
migration in South Africa

As more women migrate throughout
Africa, gendered perspectives in policy
and implementation are needed.

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Briefing video: connecting
wildlife crime and corruption

Corruption has become an enabling
force in keeping the Southern African
illegal trade in wildlife alive.

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ISS Live: Global lessons
on migration policy

Ahead of the first worldwide pact
on migration, regional perspectives
can inform progressive responses.

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