While Sweden is considered one of the world’s most peaceful states, the country is not immune to challenges of xenophobia, racism, polarisation, discrimination, criminal activity and economic inequality. Despite these and other barriers to inclusion, youth in Sweden are actively involved in promoting peace and security.
A paper that highlights the barriers for young peacebuilders in Myanmar, as well as presents recommendations on how to support them.
This is the third annual report on financing the UN development system produced by the Foundation and the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office.
A collection of papers by peacebuilding experts/practitioners that provides practical insights on what is needed to sustain peace in West Asia and North Africa.
Professor Isaac Olawale Albert delivered the lecture on regional engagement in peacebuilding in Africa.
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.
In this paper Amal Bourhrous and Sarah Smith identify challenges that restrain youth engagement in peace processes and strategies to overcome these obstacles.