During and after the 2011 uprising in Yemen, actors across civil society pushed longstanding and unmet demands for justice to the forefront. As Yemen’s internationally-brokered transitional process gave way to war, these demands persisted, even as new grievances quickly emerged. In this event, Stacey Philbrick Yadav, a leading expert on Yemeni politics and author of Yemen in the Shadow of Transition: Pursuing Justice Amid War (Oxford University Press, 2022) will discuss the work that civil actors are undertaking now to ensure that post-conflict institutions can substantively respond to the demands of Yemeni society. Drawing on nearly two decades of research, including recent collaborative research with Yemeni-led research and advocacy organizations, Yadav considers the road ahead for Yemeni civil society and elites. This discussion will be moderated by FPRI's Director of Research, James Ryan.