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Open Briefing is the only organisation working worldwide to provide professional and appropriate holistic security and duty of care support to at-risk civil society organisations and activists in repressive and violent environments.

Our international team provides high-impact mentoring, capacity-building and technical assistance across safety and security, digital security and wellbeing and resilience. We also work extensively with the senior management teams and boards of international funders and NGOs.

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Civic space and civil society are both under threat; Open Briefing is a vital part of the response. Since 2011, we have been building a more resilient civil society that can empower marginalised communities, defend human rights, and hold governments and corporations to account.

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A witching hour deal and the morning after: The Iran-P5+1 nuclear deal

3 December 2013

The nuclear deal inked in Geneva between Iran and the P5+1 in the early hours of 24 November momentarily closed the curtains on a decade of painful suspense. In this article, Open Briefing contributing analyst Kevjn Lim disassembles the agreement and assesses its implications for Iran and the wider region. Read more