Image: Gabreez/Oxfam Yemen - July 2017

After almost three years of war, Yemen's people are facing
unparalleled suffering. 

All parties to the conflict are repeatedly committing violations against civilians and prolonging a war which exacerbates the largest humanitarian crisis in the world. As a major arms supplier and key ally to Saudi Arabia, the UK is complicit in Yemenis' suffering, and the UK must use all its leverage to end it.

The UK can no longer support Saudi Arabia in its bombardment of Yemen. When the Saudi Crown Prince visits, Theresa May must clear that the UK's continued support is contingent upon three things. He must:

  1. Stop attacking civilians
  2. End all blockages on vital imports
  3. Work towards a ceasefire and a political solution
  Moayed Al-Shaibani/Oxfam Yemen - March 2017

Moayed Al-Shaibani/Oxfam Yemen - March 2017

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  Ahmed Al-Fadeel/Oxfam Yemen - August 2017

Ahmed Al-Fadeel/Oxfam Yemen - August 2017

1000 days of war 

To mark the 1000th day of the Yemen conflict, 435 high profile individuals had a message for Prime Minister May, President Macron and President Trump: Yemen can't wait any longer.

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