This volume contains the presentations given at the Civil Courage in the International Arena seminar that took place at the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation on 10 June 2011. The seminar formed part of the activities to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Dag Hammarskjöld. Attended by NGO activists, several of whom have harsh experience […]
Issue 60 of Development Dialogue provides a comprehensive and holistic look at the past, as well as a thought-provoking assessment of future challenges.
Issue 59 of Development Dialogue seeks to look beyond, challenge and question the conventional understanding of development, and stimulate debate on alternative paths.
The 2012 Dag Hammarskjöld Lecture: Tarja Halonen, former president of Finland visited Uppsala on May 6, to give the 2013 Dag Hammarskjöld Lecture. Almost 500 people came to the Uppsala University Hall to hear President Halonen speak on the topic of women’s role in the sustainable world.
Issue 58 of Development Dialogue explores the rationale behind the institutionalisation of interventionism, and the consequences thereof in a number of policy domains and cases.
Two symposia in Uppsala and Oslo during November 2011 marked the 50th anniversary of the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Chief Albert Luthuli and Dag Hammarskjöld at the same ceremony for 1960 and (posthumously) 1961, respectively. The deliberations, which involved close family members of the late Chief Luthuli, commemorated and honoured two outstanding leaders of […]
This booklet presents writings by Erskine Barton Childers who sought to enhance the work of the United Nations through reform initiatives and recommendations.
It is now fifty years since Dag Hammarskjöld left the world and the United Nations behind. Yet, with every passing year since his death, his stature grows and his worth along with his contribution becomes more apparent and meaningful. When Hammarskjöld was at its helm the United Nations was still a relatively young organization, finding […]
Issue no.57 of Development Dialogue examines in historical perspective the values and norms Dag Hammarskjöld lived – and died – for.
Jan Eliasson delivered the lecture on the theme “Peace, Development and Human Rights”.