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The roadmap was developed by the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies, a group of member states, global partnerships, international organizations, and other partners.

It is available in English, French, and Spanish. For a summary, see the overview and presentation.

The Pathfinders group is convened by the governments of Brazil, Sierra Leone, and Switzerland, with support from the Center on International Cooperation.

Sep 20, 2017
David Steven
2030 Agenda

This side event:

  • Acted as a final formal consultation on the draft of the roadmap on Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies, ahead of its launch during high-level week of the UN General Assembly in September 2017.
  • Highlighted examples of implementation of the SDG targets for peaceful, and inclusive societies from pathfinder countries and other stakeholders.
  • Promoted a discussion about how partners can identify strategic priorities and work together to deliver them.
Jul 18, 2017
2030 Agenda

By Sarah Cliffe

On 30th June the Secretary-General released his report on UN Development System reform. As a candidate, António Guterres signaled his determination to reform the system: this is the first of a series of ideas expected on development, on peace and security and on management systems. How does it stack up to expectations?

Jul 10, 2017
Sarah Cliffe
United Nations
South African Army, Antonio Garcia

This paper presents a philosophical and conceptual model to determine the South African (SA) Army’s approach to future operations and war. In the pursuit of understanding the SA Army deployment strategy, ‘how do we fight’, this paper suggests an experimental model comprised of two concepts, an SA Army Capstone Concept (SAACC) and an SA Army Future Operating Concept (SAAFOC). This model is benchmarked with the concepts applied by other international armies in their determination of future operating contexts and conditions.

Jun 02, 2017
Sub-Saharan Africa
Peace and Security
Diplomacy in Action, Richard Gowan

The UN Security Council has the potential to play a greater direct role in crisis response and mediation not only in New York, but in the field. It has done so sporadically in the past. In its early years, the Council experimented with inter-governmental missions to investigate potential conflicts and undertake mediation in cases including the Balkans and Indonesia. In the post-Cold War period, Council missions engaged directly in crisis diplomacy in multip=le conflicts, playing an important peacemaking role in East Timor in 1999.

May 31, 2017
Peace and Security

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