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13 NOVEMBRE 2018
Le Conseil économique et social (ECOSOC) et la Commission de consolidation de la paix (CCP) ont poursuivi aujourd’hui leur Réunion conjointe annuelle, en s’attardant sur les relations entre les changements climatiques et les défis de la pérennisation de la paix dans le Sahel, caractérisé par « des problèmes complexes et multidimensionnels », exigeant une action mieux coordonnée.
13 NOVEMBER 2018
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL-PEACEBUILDING COMMISSION JOINT MEETING (AM)
One of the world’s most environmentally degraded areas, the Sahel is suffering from a rise in intercommunal conflict over resources depleted by desertification, drought and other climatic extremes, speakers told a joint meeting of the Economic and Social Council and the Peacebuilding Commission today.
Core Responsibility One of the Agenda for Humanity on Preventing and Ending Conflicts parallels the ongoing efforts at the United Nations to prioritize prevention in the UN’s work, particularly through the concept of sustaining peace.
In stakeholder reporting on implementation of WHS commitments, Member States stressed their efforts to bring about a more coherent and coordinated approach within their national governments, including by integrating conflict prevention.
Commission de consolidation de la paix
Onzième session, 1ère séance – matin & après-midi
La Commission de la consolidation de la paix (CCP) et la Banque mondiale ont adopté, aujourd’hui, une « déclaration commune », par laquelle elles ont décidé de tenir un dialogue annuel en vue d’examiner comment les approches de développement peuvent compléter les efforts de consolidation de la paix aux niveaux régional et national.
2017 Annual Session, 1st Meeting (AM & PM)
CEO Kristalina Georgieva Associates Combating Poverty with Building Peace
The Peacebuilding Commission opened its fourth annual session today, adopting a joint statement with the World Bank to reaffirm the importance of a strong relationship between the two bodies, as outlined in the newly signed United Nations-World Bank Partnership Framework for Crisis-Affected Situations.
The United Nations Peacebuilding Fund received $151 million in pledges from Member States at its pledging conference held today on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, the Fund announced.
Session annuelle de 2016
1ère séance - matin & après-midi
COUVERTURE DES RÉUNIONS
La Commission de consolidation de la paix (CCP) a tenu aujourd’hui sa troisième session annuelle, soulignant, dans une déclaration, son engagement à continuer de fournir au Conseil de sécurité des conseils spécifiques, stratégiques et ciblées.
2016 Annual Session, 1st Meeting (AM & PM)
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The Peacebuilding Commission committed this afternoon to better support nations moving from violent conflict to sustainable peace by providing a policy forum for all relevant stakeholders and strategic and targeted advice to the Security Council.
Organizational Committee 1st Meeting (AM)
The United Nations Peacebuilding Commission must take forward the outcomes of the latest reviews on peace operations, and link its work to implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, that body’s new Chair said today, at the opening of its 2016 session.
2015 Annual Session,
1st Meeting (AM & PM)
The Peacebuilding Commission today underscored the importance of predictable sustained funding and the effectiveness of domestic resource mobilization at its second-ever annual session.
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson’s remarks to the second Annual Session of the Peacebuilding Commission, in New York today:
I thank our Chair and I thank the Peacebuilding Support Office for their leadership and for organizing this session, which focuses on a critical aspect of our work: “Predictable financing for peacebuilding”. In this regard, I am glad to see my friend, Donald Kaberuka of the African Development Bank, on the screen in front of you and joining us for this discussion.
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson’s remarks at the opening of the Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) annual stakeholders’ meeting, in New York today:
The United Nations Peacebuilding Fund expects to receive $73 million in contributions this year, after more than 20 donors earlier reaffirmed multi-year commitments and made new pledges at the fourth annual High-level Stakeholders Meeting of the Fund, held in New York today.
Peacebuilding Commission 2014 Annual Session 1st Meeting (AM & PM)
It’s Important to Restore Faith in State Legitimacy, Says Deputy Secretary-General
The Peacebuilding Commission had worked assiduously since 2005, not only as an intergovernmental body mobilizing financial and technical resources, but also providing advice and post-conflict recovery strategies, the keynote speaker at that body’s first-ever annual session said today.
The UN Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO) commissioned this Independent Thematic Review on Gender to contribute to knowledge building and operational learning about peacebuilding practices.
It is in an independent review and as such the analysis does not necessarily reflect the views of PBSO or any of the UN entities. The author accepts full and final responsibility for the report.
The Terms of Reference for the Review s et out two main areas of work (Annex I).
In many post-conflict countries and fragile contexts, natural resources are a cornerstone for peacebuilding and development. The challenge lies in sustainably transforming a country’s natural assets into employment, livelihoods, revenues, infrastructure and state services without creating new sources of conflict or causing major environmental damage. This Special Issue Newsletter is dedicated to exploring the latest developments at the field and policy levels in the UN system in addressing natural resources and peacebuilding.
Empowering women in natural resource management critical for lasting peace in war-torn countries, says UN report
Geneva/New York/Nairobi, 6 November 2013 – Ensuring that women have better access to and control of natural resources such as land, water, forests and minerals can improve the chances of long-term peace and recovery in war-torn countries, according to a new report released by the United Nations today.
New York, 26 September — At the High-Level segment of the 68th Session of the UN General Assembly, the UN Peacebuilding Commission, under the chairmanship of the Republic of Croatia, today held a ministerial event on women’s economic empowerment for peacebuilding.
1st Meeting (AM)
Also Adopts Report for 2012, Elects 5 of 6 Country-Configuration Chairs; Hears Statements from Outgoing Chair, Head of Peacebuilding Support Office
Joint media release by the UN Development Programme, UNICEF, the UN Peacebuilding Support Office and the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
Monrovia, Liberia, 28 November 2012 – The global burden of disasters and armed violence which affect over 200 million people and result in over 500,000 deaths each year will be the focus of a forum on conflict and fragility which opens in Liberia tomorrow.