International Holocaust Remembrance Day reminds us of our collective duty to uphold human rights.
This paper argues for guidance on standards and best practices to ensure that private actors contribute positively to peace, rather than merely avoiding conflict or causing harm.
A new report on a global online consultation with civil society co-hosted by the Foundation in June 2020 contains key messages on peacebuilding and sustaining peace.
Sir Brian will always hold a special place in the history of the United Nations.
Taking Kenya as an example, this webinar explored what ‘Leaving No One Behind’ demands of UN leadership and how UN Country Teams collaborate internally and externally to meet those demands.
In this blog post, Sarah Smith argues that more interactive dialogue is needed between youth and decision makers to ensure that the YPS agenda moves forward.
In conversation with Darshatha Gamage, Bantayehu Demlie Gezahegn and Manal Mohammed Ahmed Al-Marwan.
An interview with Shirine Jurdi.
While impartiality is easy to define in the abstract, it is much more difficult to operationalise when it comes to the everyday choices facing UN personnel.
This compendium is designed to serve as a reference point on the laws, regulations, policies and guidelines that relate directly to the international civil service.