The Foundation recently hosted young people and civil society stakeholders from around the world at sessions during the Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development.
While Sweden is considered one of the world’s most peaceful states, the country is not immune to challenges of xenophobia, racism, polarisation, discrimination, criminal activity and economic inequality. Despite these and other barriers to inclusion, youth in Sweden are actively involved in promoting peace and security.
This event examined the facts behind the effect of climate change on the movement of people and insecurity.
Here Francine Pickup and David Soukhasing explain why the UN must team up with the financial sector and outline what UN policies need to change.
On Sunday, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres delivered the 2018 Dag Hammarskjöld Lecture, expressing gratitude for Sweden and Hammarskjöld’s steadfast commitment to multilateralism.
The Foundation recently hosted a workshop on how the UN can drive innovative financing towards the SDGs and retain its relevance in the field.
In this blog Alec Forss argues that continued civil society engagement is critical for sustaining peace in Northern Ireland.
In this Q&A with Peder Hammarskiöld, we discover the history and artefacts behind Hammarskjöld’s Backåkra which just reopened to the public.
The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation is proud to present this year’s lecturer H.E. António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Together with Data Act Lab, the Foundation is developing a cutting-edge data platform that enables countries to provide insight and transparency around Agenda 2030 implementation.