Reflections on the High-level Political Forum (HLPF) 2019, which this year reviewed some of the most challenging and transformative goals on education, work and economy, inequalities, climate, peace and justice.
Before coming to Uppsala, conflict resolution and peacebuilding were phrases that seemed abstract to our reality in the Middle East.
The Foundation and partners were pleased to host two events focused on leadership and multilateralism in early July.
Recently 23 participants from the Americas, Africa, Asia, Middle East and Eastern Europe engaged in a 10-day training programme that included lectures, interactive sessions and field visits.
On the margins of World Health Assembly in Geneva last week, the Foundation organised an event on antibiotic resistance together with ReAct and the South Centre.
The Foundation recently hosted diverse peacebuilding practitioners and UN stakeholders from around the world to discuss inclusivity, dialogue, and sustaining peace during the Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development.
This seminar explored how financing core government functions interacts with conflict-affected countries.
In this paper Mona Ali Khalil explains why the UN must undertake three crucial actions regarding respect for the law and the truth: redefining impartiality, upholding integrity and protecting independence.
In this blog Henning Melber pays tribute to Dag Hammarskjöld’s ethical principles and argues that multilateralism demands an autonomous international civil service.
In this piece Fabrizio Hochschild argues that moral courage, as revealed by Dag Hammarskjöld both in his words and deeds, is essential in upholding the principles and norms of the UN.