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    The conflict in Yemen is testing our commitment to the Women, Peace and Security agenda

The conflict in Yemen is testing our commitment to the Women, Peace and Security agenda

Since 2015, Yemen has been consumed by a conflict that has led to the death and injury of over 50,000 people – a number that is projected to rise considerably. With no end to the fighting in sight, Dr Louise Arimatsu and Dr Kawkab Alwadeai challenge the legality of the UK’s contribution to the conflict in Yemen and, more […]

July 5th, 2017|Featured|Comments Off on The conflict in Yemen is testing our commitment to the Women, Peace and Security agenda|
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    Airstrikes in Yemen leave civilian population at risk of lasting psychological harm

Airstrikes in Yemen leave civilian population at risk of lasting psychological harm

Psychologist Dr Kawkab Alwadeai shares the stories of people she has supported, and of her concerns about Yemen’s capacity to deal with the psychological damage caused to the population living under airstrikes.

This post contains descriptions of injury and trauma that may be distressing. 

26 March 2015 is an unforgettable night. It was 2:30am and I woke to the sound of […]

May 18th, 2017|Featured|Comments Off on Airstrikes in Yemen leave civilian population at risk of lasting psychological harm|