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.
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 excerpt from his recently released book, Politics and Conscience, Roger Lipsey outlines Hammarskjöld’s approach to dialogue.
Together with Uppsala University, the Foundation recently hosted the third alumni network gathering in Colombo, Sri Lanka, for participants of international trainings in peace research.
In this paper, Riva Kantowitz discusses how human rights, sustaining peace and sustainable development share a number of foundational concepts and values.
In this blog, Sarah Smith shares takeaways from a recent webinar where young peacebuilders talked about their experiences in promoting youth participation in dialogue.