A collection of papers by peacebuilding experts and practitioners that provides practical insights on what is needed to sustain peace in West Asia and North Africa.
This paper lays out a 10-point agenda for financing UN peacebuilding.
A paper about the engagement of youth in sustaining peace in Liberia, Myanmar and Tunisia.
A new report shines a light on current trends and identifies interesting new directions in the financial landscape of the UN Development System.
New paper: Optimising the multilateral development system
in an increasingly complex world
Our new paper argues a revitalised multilateral agenda must be built on the back of a strong, inclusive normative framework.
Issue no.63 of Development Dialogue explores how to support and practice inclusive peacebuilding, urging a move away from symbolic engagement to genuine participation.
Issue no.62 of Development Dialogue juxtaposes good practices and positive change on the ground, with explorations of life-threateninng global disorders.
Issue no.61 of Development Dialogue highlights the urgency of tackling climate and development, while exploring the importance of policy solutions being grounded in equity.
Issue no.60 of Development Dialogue provides a comprehensive and holistic look at the past, as well as a thought-provoking assessment of future challenges.
Issue no.59 of Development Dialogue seeks to look beyond, challenge and question the conventional understanding of development, and stimulate debate on alternative paths.
Issue no.58 of Development Dialogue explores the rationale behind the institutionalisation of interventionism, and the consequences thereof in a number of policy domains and cases.