This paper argues for guidance on standards and best practices to ensure that private actors contribute positively to peace, rather than merely avoiding conflict or causing harm.
This paper by Sarah Smith explores how and to what extent the UN promotes the Youth, Peace and Security resolutions and supports the inclusion of youth at the country level.
In this paper, Riva Kantowitz discusses how human rights, sustaining peace and sustainable development share a number of foundational concepts and values.
A world without antibiotics would necessitate radical changes in health care and farming.
This paper describes Colombia’s process of localising the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
A paper that highlights the barriers for young peacebuilders in Myanmar, as well as presents recommendations on how to support them.
A paper highlighting the barriers for young people in Liberia, Myanmar and Tunisia to engage in peacebuilding and the actions needed to overcome them.
A 10-point agenda for financing peacebuilding that allows the UN and its Member States to fulfil the commitments of sustaining peace over the coming decades.
A revitalised multilateral agenda must be built on the back of a strong, inclusive normative framework.
A paper on optimising the multilateral development system in an increasingly complex world.