This aim is subdivided in two key intended outcomes:
a) Increased capacity to analyze and respond to global security challenges; and
b) Enhanced effectiveness of UN peace operations.
The project will address key challenges facing the UN, and that are of particular concern to Norway, including strategic analysis and planning, programmatic funding, civil affairs – including confidence building efforts and conflict management, strategic partnerships, international policing, transnational organised crime, violent extremism, youth and gender.
2020 marks the 20th anniversary of Security Council Resolution 1325. But the important Women, Peace and Security agenda seem to have had a backlash in recent years.
The global order is changing – how will that uncertainty impact UN peace operations?
In this book launch interview, editors Mateja Peter and Cedric de Coning reflect upon findings from their most recent book, identifying four global transformations and their implications for UN peace operations.
UN peacekeeping faces significant challenges and some question whether it can remain relevant, but most countries agree on the importance of the UN as the centrepiece of global governance, and that peacekeeping is its flagship enterprise.
On the occasion of the International Day of Peacekeeping, NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar with a focus on the effectiveness of the UN missions in Mali and South Sudan.
Experts from around the world will take a closer look at how effective UN Peace Operations actually are.
Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Jean-Pierre Lacroix will talk about the status of UN Peace Operations.
What relevance does UN peacekeeping have for conflict management today? NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar and panel discussion about the new book “UN Peacekeeping doctrine in a new era”, co-edited by two of NUPI's researchers.
António Guterres is the new UN Secretary-General, President-elect Donald Trump is about to enter The White House, the world is witness to a range of big conflicts. How should the UN move from here?