What is it like working as an international civil servant? Per Knutsson, Programme Director and Deputy Executive Director at the Foundation answered this question, sharing his experiences as well as his work during a lecture organised by the student organisation, the Association for Peace and Conflict Studies (FFK) at Lund University.
The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation is looking for a new Executive Director. The application deadline is 10 December.
The on-going 75th commemoration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights initiated by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), better known as Human Rights 75, offers some important core messages.
Armend Bekaj, Programme Manager in the Foundations’ Peacebuilding thematic area writes about the latest International Training Programme (ITP) alumni online seminar hosted by the The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and the Department of Peace and Conflict Research (DPCR) at Uppsala University.
Åsa Larsson Blind raises the importance of multilateralism for indigenous people and how indigenous people can strengthen multilateralism in an interview with Annelies Hickendorff and José Alvarado, Programme Officers at the Foundation.
We recognise the United Nations Day with a blogpost by Annelie Börjesson, President of the UN Association of Sweden.
The Foundation is promoting an interactive summary highlighting key messages from the 65th Volume of the Development Dialogue, Intersectionality: Experiences, views and visions for change.
The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation extends its heartfelt praise to the Nobel Committee for their important decision to bestow the esteemed Peace Prize upon Ms. Narges Mohammadi.