Making Resolution 1325 the norm not an exception Implementing 1325 benefits us all, as it benefits sustainable peace. And to implement 1325, we need all – not just women, but also our brothers, the men of the continent, to join hands in these efforts says Hannah Tsadik.

Resolution 1325 is unprecedented in many ways. It was the first UN Resolution that required parties to prevent violation of women’s rights, women’s participation in peace negotiations and in post-conflict reconstruction.  It was also the first resolution to specifically address …

Migration within the Horn of Africa and introducing HAB Forum It is often forgotten that more migrants in the Horn of Africa travel to countries in the Horn than migrate to Europe, the Middle East and North America combined. In this issue of the HAB we pay attention to intra-regional migration and the host of issues that it brings up, writes HAB editor Demessie Fantaye.

The current thematic issue of the Horn of Africa Bulletin (HAB) on migration within the Horn of Africa is seminal and timely. Mobility in the Horn of Africa takes a multiplicity of forms and is central to the livelihoods of …

LATEST Horn of Africa Bulletin: Dealing with diversity

No state or society is mono-religious. As this special issue of Horn of Africa Bulletin illustrates, believers in mutually exclusive and competing confessional statements of faith, distinct and segregated ritualistic practices with different holidays on the calendar, demonstrative dress codes …