This paper argues that now is an opportune moment to take stock of how the HLPF can work even better for children.
A reissue of the lecture delivered by Dag Hammarskjöld at Oxford in May 1961 featuring Hammarskjöld’s original footnotes, a new introduction and a note on the text.
How do UN Country Teams understand and act on international policy recognition of the importance of social, economic and political inclusion for sustainable peace and development?
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 compendium is designed to serve as a reference point on the laws, regulations, policies and guidelines that relate directly to the international civil service.
This is the sixth annual report on financing the UN development system produced by the Foundation and the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office.
This is the Executive Summary of the sixth annual report on financing the UN development system, which is produced by the Foundation and the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office.
Responses to the pandemic must not only mitigate the immediate threat to global health but also strengthen resilience, prosperity and sustainability.
This paper by Alanna O’Malley explores how certain turning points since 1945 have influenced, both directly and indirectly, the development of the international civil service.
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.