At International Alert we have the practice of outlining a Strategic Perspective for the organisation every five years. Its function is to describe and explain the kind of organisation that Alert wishes to be. This Strategic Perspective covers the period from the start of 2015 to the end of 2019.
In 2013 International Alert and the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies conducted a national survey on public perceptions of security and insecurity in Lebanon. Here, we highlight some of the key findings.
This paper summarises the findings of a nationwide survey by International Alert and the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies about the public's perceptions of security.
This paper focuses on the outcomes of a nationwide survey on the Lebanese public’s perceptions of their security institutions.
This paper focuses on the outcomes of a nationwide survey on the Lebanese public’s perceptions of the security implications of the Syrian refugee presence.
This paper seeks to provide a context analysis of the complex and evolving interaction between non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the security services in Lebanon, which have shown some constructive aspects in the past decade.
This is the first in a series of ‘Peace Audits’, in which we assess the opportunities and challenges of building sustainable peace in Kenya.
This brochure showcases and reflects on the work of ‘Unheard Voices’, an exciting project bringing together media professionals from major mainstream and independent media outlets in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Nagorny Karabakh.
This UNICEF UK commissioned report, co-authored by the Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and International Alert, adds to a growing body of research which emphasises the role of climate change and environmental stress as a ‘threat multiplier’ in terms of stability and security.
This paper describes the Syrian diaspora in the UK and outlines the potential for Syrians living in the UK to contribute to building peace in Syria.