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Inside Kenya’s war on terror Breaking the Cycle of Violence

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breaking the cycle of violence in Garissa and the case of Lamu

breaking the cycle of violence in Garissa and the case of Lamubreaking the cycle of violence in Garissa and the case of Lamu

Somalilandsun- In This two articles by Saferworld tells Garissa’s story as heard it from people living there who detail marginalization and that of Lamu, flashpoint of ethnic and religious tensions - a battleground in Kenya’s internationally-backed war on terror

The name of Garissa county in Kenya was heard all over the world after al-Shabaab shot dead 148 people – 142 of them students – at Garissa University College in April 2015. But the story of the mounting violence leading up to that horrific attack, of how and why it happened, and of how local communities, leaders and the government came together in the aftermath to improve the security situation, is less well known. Continue reading breaking the cycle of violence in Garissa
Saferworld research in Lamu puts the West’s focus on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) in context. It explains why, in Kenya, the shift from the overly securitised war on terror has not gone far enough. Continue reading the case of Lamu

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