The Foundation is proud to host an upcoming meeting of the High-Level Advisory Board on Effective Multilateralism
Together with Uppsala University, the Foundation recently hosted the fourth and final regional gathering of its joint alumni network, this time for members from Africa.
We are issuing a call for papers for our upcoming Development Dialogue volume on intersectionality in peace and sustainable development.
In this interview, Ambassador Maritza Chan speaks about her quest to dismantle a patriarchal system at the UN.
With COP26 underway, Kate Sullivan reflects on the recent adoption of UN Human Rights Council Resolution (48/13).
This month marked 60 years since Dag Hammarskjöld’s death, but he remains both remembered and relevant to the world today.
‘Notre rôle, en tant que leader, est de libérer les talents de chacun et de faire en sorte que ces talents, ensemble, permettent à l’ONU d’atteindre son plein potentiel.’
‘Due to the complexities and uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, it is vital to enhance peacebuilding skills and values through peace education.’
In this blog, Marc Jacquand explores what we need from leaders, particularly UN leaders, during this ‘new normal’.
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.