Perspectives: Monthly Analyses from CIC

After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in February/March 2020, the CIC team began a new series providing analysis on current events of the hour from our staff and fellows, drawing upon their expertise on topics such as UN reform, multilateralism, peace, inclusion, justice, peacebuilding, humanitarian crises, refugees, to name just a few. Over the past two years as the pandemic has persisted in communities around the world, we have committed to publishing these expert insights as part of our mission to strengthen cooperative approaches among national governments, international organizations, and the wider policy community to advance peace, justice, and inclusion.

A person casts her vote in the second round of legislative elections in Central African Republic, 2021. (UN Photo)

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