Opinion & Insights
January 6, 2021
Fishers Forging a Bright Future: Stories of Three Somali Fishers & the Impact of Fisheries Data Collection
The Somali coast is home to approximately 10,000 part-time and full-time fishers. Our Secure Fisheries program works with community stakeholders to strengthen fisheries governance, combat illegal fishing, and promote sustainability as a catalyst for greater peace in the region. To learn more... more
December 22, 2020
From all of us at OEF, we are wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year. Join us in remaining mindful of the long road ahead, but hopeful for creating a better 2021. As we look to the new year and work toward the long-term goal of an earth beyond war, we’d like to share a few... more
September 18, 2020
OEF Founder and CEO, Marcel Arsenault discusses the promise of the United Nations over the last 75 years and how philanthropy has a role to play in building a global system for designing, implementing and updating a multitude of plans to tackle the world's most complex and interconnected... more
July 1, 2020
Employing over 50 staff members, one third of which are female, AADCO manufactures a range of paper products, but in an innovative push into environment-friendly entrepreneurship, the company also recently started the first recycling initiative of its kind in Somaliland.
June 22, 2020
The risk of escalation on the Korean Peninsula is currently at a high point. Open Nuclear Network (ONN) has asked a number of renowned experts to share their views on the current tensions following the destruction of the Inter-Korean Liaison Office.
May 19, 2020
Policymakers can look to the Women, Peace and Security agenda (WPS) for guidance and urgently-needed solutions. A new policy brief offers WPS-grounded analysis and recommendations.
March 25, 2020
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea recently launched at least two “super-large calibre” multiple rocket launcher (MRL) rounds into the Sea of Japan or East Sea on 9 March 2020.
February 21, 2020
How does one know when publishing a satellite image may put bystanders in harm’s way, for example?