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On August 24th, the Permanent Missions of Afghanistan and Timor-Leste, along with CIC, hosted a discussion on the role of conflict, peace, and security in the post-2015 development framework. The primary purpose of the meeting was to allow for an informal exchange among member states to foster a common understanding on building peace, tackling instability and promoting governance.

Introductory Remarks

H.E. Mr. Zahir Tanin, Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the United Nations

Oct 24, 2013

The debates surrounding the creation of a new development framework to follow the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have progressed significantly over the last three months, but will only gain in momentum and complexity as 2015 draws closer. CIC’s new publication, What Happens Now? Taking the Post-2015 Agenda to the Next Stage, considers both the substance and process for current debates on the post-2015 agenda.

Oct 23, 2013
Alex Evans, David Steven

On August 28, 2013 the NYU Center on International Cooperation and the United Nations Foundation convened an informal meeting to discuss how best to advance the building stable societies agenda as part of the post-2015 framework.

Read the full Meeting Note here

Sep 25, 2013
Jennifer Slotin, Alejandra Kubitschek Bujones

When it can’t use troops, the UN’s last peacekeeping tool is its moral voice. What is that worth in the real world?

Sep 26, 2013
Richard Gowan
Peace and Security

The Center on International Cooperation's Annual Review of Global Peace Operations 2013 is now available. The eighth in this series, launched in 2006, was published by Lynne Rienner and can be ordered at www.rienner.com.

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