• Wednesday, 24.10.18 | Sustaining Peace | Event

    "Fostering inclusion to build resilient societies: How women peacebuilders prevent conflicts and atrocities on the ground"

    Women's meaningful inclusion and participation in peace processes is critical to the establishment of sustainable peace and resilient societies.


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  • Monday, 15.10.18 | 2030 Agenda, Multilateralism 4.0 | Event

    "UN2020 Information, Organization and Strategy Meeting Responding to Multilateralism in Crisis"

    The upcoming 75th anniversary of the UN provides an opportunity to renew momentum for a more "people-centered" multilateralism, both inside and...


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  • Monday, 15.10.18 | Sustaining Peace, Multilateralism 4.0 | Event

    Victim Assistance and Environmental Remediation in States and Territories Affected by Nuclear Weapons Testing in the Pacific

    Nuclear weapons use, testing, development and production have caused multi-generational human harm and persistent environmental damage that pose a...


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  • | Multilateralism 4.0 | Publication

    Make the United Nations patriotic again? Donald Trump at the General Assembly

    In a reshaped multilateral order, democracy on the national and global levels are mutually reinforcing and a reformed, well-resourced and more...


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  • | 2030 Agenda, Multilateralism 4.0 | Publication

    "Multilateralisten der Welt, vereinigt euch!"

    Keine Frage, multilaterale Institutionen wie die Vereinten Nationen und Multilateralisten haben derzeit einen schweren Stand.


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Sustaining Peace
Topic

Sustaining Peace

Although wars between states continue to be in decline, the number of casualties from armed strife are on the rise. This is the result of asymmetrical conflicts between state and non-state actors, and of new forms of organized violence.
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Inclusive Economy
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Inclusive Economy

We need inclusive economies to address global risks posed by economic inequality and poverty. Rising to national and global challenges requires more than just growth accruing to powerful private interests and more than tax and transfer policies alone can provide.
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Multilateralism 4.0
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Multilateralism 4.0

At a time where the sovereignty of nation-states is undermined in many ways and where, partly in reaction to this, ‘our country first’ nationalistic and autocratic answers are gaining traction, it is time for Multilateralism 4.0.
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2030 Agenda
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2030 Agenda

The agreement in September 2015 by all 193 UN Member States on the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development was a political success: Unlike the previous framework, the Millennium Development Goals, development is now seen as a process that challenges all countries and societies.
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Events

Wednesday, 24.10.18 | Sustaining Peace | Event

"Fostering inclusion to build resilient societies: How women peacebuilders prevent conflicts and atrocities on the ground"

Women's meaningful inclusion and participation in peace processes is critical to the establishment of sustainable peace and resilient societies.


more information

Monday, 15.10.18 | 2030 Agenda, Multilateralism 4.0 | Event

"UN2020 Information, Organization and Strategy Meeting Responding to Multilateralism in Crisis"

The upcoming 75th anniversary of the UN provides an opportunity to renew momentum for a more "people-centered" multilateralism, both inside and...


more information

Monday, 15.10.18 | Sustaining Peace, Multilateralism 4.0 | Event

Victim Assistance and Environmental Remediation in States and Territories Affected by Nuclear Weapons Testing in the Pacific

Nuclear weapons use, testing, development and production have caused multi-generational human harm and persistent environmental damage that pose a...


more information

Monday, 24.09.18 | 2030 Agenda, Inclusive Economy | Event

"Can 'Regulation from Below' create an enabling environment to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals?"

Bank and finance workers can play a role to support meaningful regulation of the global financial sector to create an enabling economic environment to...


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Latest Publications

| Multilateralism 4.0 | Publication

Make the United Nations patriotic again? Donald Trump at the General Assembly

In a reshaped multilateral order, democracy on the national and global levels are mutually reinforcing and a reformed, well-resourced and more...


more information

| 2030 Agenda, Multilateralism 4.0 | Publication

"Multilateralisten der Welt, vereinigt euch!"

Keine Frage, multilaterale Institutionen wie die Vereinten Nationen und Multilateralisten haben derzeit einen schweren Stand.


more information

14.09.2018 | Inclusive Economy, Multilateralism 4.0 | Publication

"Reforming Bank Governance: 'Top-Down' Reform and Bank Resistance"

Looking back at the failure of reforms since 2008, this paper proposes ways in which “regulation from below” by engaged and empowered bank workers can...


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