A Track II Initiative This two-year project is an initiative to identify Yemen’s economic, humanitarian, social and development priorities in light of the ongoing conflict in Yemen, and to prepare for the post-conflict recovery period. It aims to build consensus in crucial policy areas through engaging and promoting informed Yemeni voices in the public discourse. The aim is to ensure successful economic, humanitarian, social and development interventions in the conflict…
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April 12-16, 2017 Application Deadline: April 1, 2017 The first Yemen Exchange is co-hosted by the Sanaa Center for Strategic Studies (SCSS) and Mideastwire.com. During the five day program participants from around the world will listen to and engage with Yemeni politicians, civil society figures and analysts, gaining direct, rare and intensive insight into Yemen from several differing perspectives and in-depth analysis, crash courses, and discussions. As such, the Exchange…
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Launched in June 2016, “Yemen at the UN” is a monthly Sana'a Center for Strategic Studies (SCSS) series produced to identify and assess UN-led efforts to resolve the conflict in Yemen and address the humanitarian crisis. In producing Yemen at the UN, SCSS staff members in New York and Yemen apply a mix of research and outreach activities. Each month, SCSS staff map UN and multilateral systems’ work and policies…
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The Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies (SCSS) and the Columbia Law School Human Rights Clinic (HRC) are jointly undertaking an interdisciplinary, mixed methods investigation and human rights advocacy project to address the adverse effects of armed conflict on the mental health of individuals, families and communities in Yemen, to bring mental health concerns into Yemen’s peace and reconciliation processes, and to strengthen recognition of the human right to mental health…
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