The Foundation hosted a roundtable in February to discuss the role of the United Nations in engaging religious leaders and institutions in peacebuilding
We are issuing a call for papers for our upcoming Development Dialogue volume on intersectionality in peace and sustainable development.
The Foundation recently hosted a roundtable on the practice of implementing civic engagement strategies, outlining success stories and challenges to inclusive peacebuilding in Africa.
This month marked 60 years since Dag Hammarskjöld’s death, but he remains both remembered and relevant to the world today.
“His wisdom and humanity, his unimpeachable integrity and single-minded devotion to duty set the highest standard for public service.”
How do diversity and representation at the United Nations affect trust in the organisation and perceptions of its relevance and legitimacy?
Ed Mortimer served on the Foundation’s Board of Trustees from 2016 to 2018.
On 23 February 2021 the Foundation and the Uppsala University Department of Peace and Conflict Research (DPCR) held the first in a series of seminars for alumni of the International Training Programme (ITP), on the theme ‘Realising Inclusivity: Strengthening Collaboration and Partnership’. The seminar series provides a space for interactive exchange between members of the […]
Hammarskjöld honoured as ‘an introverted diplomat for peace’ who increased the executive role of the UN Secretary-General in peace operations.
What is needed to promote inter-generational collaboration and partnerships to deliver on the YPS Agenda in the MENA region?