This new paper by Birgitte Feiring and Saionara König-Reis explains how national and global human rights mechanisms can strengthen the monitoring and review of the 2030 Agenda.
This publication strives to stimulate a conversation on how UN leadership could be enhanced to ensure its relevance and strengthen its impact at a time when both the UN and multilateralism are being tested.
In this paper, Micah Grzywnowicz outlines how the HLPF can be more practical and create a more inclusive space for all stakeholders.
In this paper, Riva Kantowitz discusses how human rights, sustaining peace and sustainable development share a number of foundational concepts and values.
In this paper, Kate Gilmore talks about a set of dynamics that across the UN can contribute to a climate of fear, where there should be confidence.
This Development Dialogue aims to deepen understanding and awareness of dialogue as a critical aspect of and tool for peacebuilding.
In this paper, Bruce Jenks looks at what leadership means in the highly complex environment in which the United Nations operates.
This is a reprint of the lecture delivered by Dag Hammarskjöld at Oxford in May 1961 with a new foreword by Henrik Hammargren, Executive Director of the Foundation.
In this piece, Karen Gram-Skjoldager charts six crucial milestones in the early history of the International Civil Service and argues its fundamental cornerstones were internationality, independence, and loyalty.
This is the fifth annual report on financing the UN development system produced by the Foundation and the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office.