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Peacebuilding in peaceful countries?

A seminar looking at the universality of Global Goal 16 and what Sweden can learn from peacebuilding in conflict countries.

Seminar on the Syrian crisis

Reflections on what it will take to contain the current refugee crisis in Europe and build hope for the millions of affected populations.

Dag Hammarskjöld Lecture 2015: José Ramos-Horta

The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation is proud to present this year’s lecturer José Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and former President of Timor-Leste. The title for the lecture is “Preventing Conflicts, Building Durable Peace”.

Almedalen 2015: Vem bestämmer hur en stat ska styras?

Den nya globala utvecklingsagendan, post-2015, håller på att tas fram. Många av de föreslagna målen är inte kontroversiella och kan till mångt och mycket ses som en uppföljning av de åtta millenniemålen. Förslaget till mål 16 innefattar däremot delmål som berör bland annat mänskliga rättigheter, rättvisa och inkluderande samhällen där alla har samma rättigheter och friheter.

Post-2015 seminar: Financing for Development

The world is now characterised by a more nuanced and complex range of development situations. The international community is on the verge of agreeing on an ambitious and far-reaching post-2015 development agenda. These realities require us to think anew about how we approach the challenge of financing development. Please join us for a discussion on the future of financing for development as we ready for this new sustainable development agenda.

What Counts? Harnessing the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development

Data is generated more widely, more frequently, by actors thanks to greater awareness of data use, better technical tools, software and analytical advances. A data revolution is paving the way for profound transformations in how we approach development, analyse the challenges and potentially better monitor sustainable development goals.