This report looks at how to fund effective UN responses to COVID-19 while protecting the 2030 Agenda.
In this blog, Marc Jacquand explores what we need from leaders, particularly UN leaders, during this ‘new normal’.
As the world grapples with the pandemic, it is also faced with what the WHO has coined as an “infodemic” – namely an excessive amount of information about a problem, which makes it difficult to identify a solution.
In this blog, newly appointed UN Assistant Secretary-General Kanni Wignaraja shares how COVID-19 initiated a rough but revealing leadership induction.
This paper by Alanna O’Malley explores how certain turning points since 1945 have influenced, both directly and indirectly, the development of the international civil service.
A webinar that examined the UN’s role in tackling the health, humanitarian, and development crisis of COVID-19.
This paper by Sarah Smith explores how and to what extent the UN promotes the Youth, Peace and Security resolutions and supports the inclusion of youth at the country level.
In this interview with Sumeera Shrestha, an alumni of our international trainings in peace and dialogue, we learn about why and how she advocates for women’s rights in Nepal.
In this blog, Sarah Smith argues that social distancing gives us a chance to explore new ways of facilitating dialogue.
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.