The paper identifies learnings from UN colleagues, civil society, and government representatives on the success and limitations of ongoing efforts to implement the UN Youth Strategy within The Gambia.
two publications (IPYP) workshops in the coming year blogseries IPYP https://cnxus.org/investing-partnering-youth-peace-ipyp/
Armend Bekaj, Programme Manager in the Foundations’ Peacebuilding thematic area writes about the latest International Training Programme (ITP) alumni online seminar hosted by the The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and the Department of Peace and Conflict Research (DPCR) at Uppsala University.
Local adaptation, social solidarity, climate migration and early prevention are some of the main issues Ngozi Amu talked about in her conversation with Orla Haughey.
This training programme provides practitioners, policymakers and researchers with a unique opportunity to explore the use of dialogue and mediation in building and sustaining peace.
Armend Bekaj writes about ‘Social exclusion and inequality: what is the efficacy of conflict prevention today?’ – an International Training on Dialogue and Mediation (ITDM) Alumni Network seminar co-hosted by the Foundation and the Department of Peace and Conflict Research (DPCR) at Uppsala University.
‘The significance of civil society in upholding human rights, democracy, and accountability in Ukraine,’ was a Nobel Lecture Roundtable hosted by the Foundation in collaboration with Uppsala University on 14 December 2022.
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