With only ten years left to achieve the SDGs, challenges related to climate change, poverty, displacement, violence and conflict require urgent action and a multilateral approach.
As the world grapples with the pandemic, it is also faced with what the WHO has called an ‘infodemic’ – an excessive amount of information about a problem, which makes it difficult to identify a solution.
In this blog, newly appointed UN Assistant Secretary-General Kanni Wignaraja shares how COVID-19 initiated a rough but revealing leadership induction.
This new paper by Birgitte Feiring and Saionara König-Reis explains how national and global human rights mechanisms can strengthen the monitoring and review of the 2030 Agenda.
In this paper, Micah Grzywnowicz outlines how the HLPF can be more practical and create a more inclusive space for all stakeholders.
On the margins of World Health Assembly in Geneva last week, the Foundation organised an event on antibiotic resistance together with ReAct and the South Centre.
A seminar series by the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and UNDP Sweden that aims to contribute to critical reflection and deeper understanding of the role and work of the United Nations.
A report on how antibiotic resistance is linked to the Sustainable Development Goals.
Options for the mobilisation of funding to ensure effective antibiotics and combat antimicrobial resistance.
Examination of how individual UN bureaucrats balance their loyalty to the international system, and why their personal integrity and loyalty affect the work of the organisation.