SFCG in the News

Study: Extremists still flourishing in Indonesia’s prisons

We spoke to the San Francisco Chronicle about radicalization in Indonesia’s prisons.

Farmers/herdsmen crisis: Institute advocates stringent measures to avoid anarchy

We’re linking researchers, practitioners, and media professionals to find solutions to the conflict between farmers and herders in Nigeria.

We Cannot Wait Another 1,000 Days to Help Yemen

On the 1,000-day anniversary of the beginning of the war, our Yemen Country Director reflects on his country’s suffering and current opportunities for peace.

In World of Grim News, Peacebuilding Offers Ray of Hope

Hundreds of thousands of committed local peacebuilders are succeeding at keeping humanity afloat through today’s crises.

Expert Voices

Search’s leaders and innovators regularly share their expertise at events all over the world. Find recent highlights here!

Four tips from peacebuilders on working with young people to transform violent extremism

If violent extremist groups recognize the power and potential of young people, why don’t those combatting them?

The war in Yemen: “It is a total catastrophe, but no one knows”

For over 2 years, Yemen has been plagued by a bloody civil war. Belgian magazine MO* spoke with Search – Yemen’s Director Shoqi Maktary about the situation on the ground and what needs to happen next.