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In South and Southeast Asia we work with local people to improve public security and access to justice, and advise on how businesses can operate in a conflict-sensitive way.

Sharing experiences at the Commonwealth Youth Forum 2013

Supported by International Alert, representatives of the volunteer-led organisation Achieve Real Change (ARC) conducted a capacity-building session at the Commonwealth Youth Forum (CYF) 2013 in Hambantota, Sri Lanka, on 12th November 2013.

The session focused on the role of diaspora youth in promoting reconciliation and social cohesion in Sri Lanka.

Food security in Pakistan

As part of World Food Day 2013 celebrations, International Alert held its Farmer Convention in Islamabad on 27 October 2013.

Justice sector in Nepal

This project aims to strengthen the effectiveness, inclusivity and accountability of the formal justice sector in Nepal. We improve coordination and communication between state and non-state justice providers. We develop common principles of justice, clarifying the roles and responsibilities of different actors. We also bring together 'justice facilitation' groups to provide spaces for dialogue, undertake and inform advocacy, and monitor and oversee the provision of justice.

Supporting post-war reconciliation in Sri Lanka

This project aims to strengthen the potential of Sri Lankan diaspora communities to contribute to peace in Sri Lanka. We encourage greater engagement between the diaspora and Sri Lankan politicians and civil society. We bring together cross-party groups of young Sri Lankan MPs and political representatives with diaspora members from the UK. We also support the diaspora's participation in peacebuilding initiatives in Sri Lanka and within the diaspora community in the UK.


journalists were trained in conflict-sensitive media reporting as part of our project in Nepal.

Typhoon Haiyan

International Alert along with everyone else was shocked by the human and physical devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan (known locally as Typhoon Yolanda) when it struck the Philippines last week.