In this blog Love Calissendorff looks at Hammarskjöld engagement in the West Asia North African Region, defining the relevance of his approach from 50 years ago.
How youth in the Democratic Republic of Congo are demanding a more active role in shaping the country’s future.
In this Q&A with Ingrid Svensson, we learn about the fascinating Dag Hammarskjöld’s archival collection stored at the National Library of Sweden.
In this blog Rachel Scott from OECD outlines a new methodology for developing finance strategies in fragile states.
Although more than half a century has passed since Hammarskjöld’s death, he is still an inspiration for principled leadership. Why is this?
Why we need to open budgets and doors to budgetary engagement to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
In this blog post our communications intern reflects on how Dag Hammarskjöld and his teachings are relevant to students today.
Ahead of International Youth Day, Sarah Smith calls for inclusive youth engagement that goes beyond age and breaks current cycles of marginalisation.
In this blog Muneinazvo Kujeke explains how Zimbabwean youth can nip the country’s political conflict in the bud and prevent conflict ahead of elections next year.
The little-known connection between UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld and trailblazing journalist Pauline Frederick.