Larry Attree is a globally recognised expert on peace, conflict and security issues. Former Head of Global Policy and Advocacy at Saferworld, Larry has over two decades’ experience, and helped craft global agreements on peace, governance and development themes, including the New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States, the Busan Partnership and the 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals. As architect of Saferworld’s peacebuilding responses to crises and threats programme, Larry has authored and edited numerous studies on stabilisation, statebuilding, counterterrorism, countering violent extremism, peace, human rights, security, justice and development. He has a long track record in peace, rights and security strategy and programme design, management, training and evaluation, conflict research and analysis, high-level policy advice, advocacy and coalition building. He has lived and worked for peace in the Balkans, South Asia, Africa and the Pacific with the UN, the OSCE, Saferworld and others.