Can the UN have one without the other?
On 23 February 2021 the Foundation and the Uppsala University Department of Peace and Conflict Research (DPCR) held the first in a series of seminars for alumni of the International Training Programme (ITP), on the theme ‘Realising Inclusivity: Strengthening Collaboration and Partnership’. The seminar series provides a space for interactive exchange between members of the […]
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