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Panel Discussions - October 08, 2013
On October 8th, IPI, in cooperation with International Alert (IA), organized two roundtable discussions in New York to analyze the impact of organized crime on the political economy in Mali and to assess options for a comprehensive response by the international community.
Panel Discussions - October 07, 2013
Using the recently published IPI report Not Just a Numbers Game as a springboard for discussion, participants at an IPI panel on October 7, 2013 brought home the key message that women’s participation in peacekeeping improves the operational effectiveness of UN missions, and there are many tools available to UN staff and member states to increase this participation.
Panel Discussions - October 04, 2013
Meeting Notes - October 02, 2013
Panel Discussions - September 26, 2013
“Expressions of hate speech occur across nations, across cultures—it's not localized to any particular part of the world,” said Espen Barth Eide, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway, at the sixth annual Trygve Lie symposium on Fundamental Freedoms titled “Hate Speech: Everyone’s Responsibility.”
Panel Discussions - September 25, 2013
A ministerial-level dinner on “Strengthening the Partnership: A Fresh Dialogue on UN Peacekeeping,” held on September 25th provided a chance for key stakeholders in the UN peacekeeping system to engage on a range of issues to help inform the way towards a strengthened peacekeeping partnership for the future.
Policy Papers - September 24, 2013
This issue brief examines the current state of women’s involvement in formal peace processes, focusing on the role of lead mediators. While traditional approaches to international conflict mediation are falling short in the face of 21st-century violence, one possible source of fresh perspectives and alternative approaches remains largely untapped: women.
Panel Discussions - September 23, 2013
On September 23, 2013, a ministerial roundtable was held at IPI to discuss the role of civil society in facilitating peace and security in the Sahel region. One of the key insights discussed was that the countries of the Sahel, along with the international community’s support, have the primary responsibility to address the multifaceted challenges that led to the crisis in Mali and continue to weaken the region.
Panel Discussions - September 22, 2013
More than 40 foreign ministers, United Nations officials, and heads of humanitarian agencies gathered Sunday night, September 22, 2013, at the International Peace Institute for the Eighth Annual Ministerial Working Dinner on the Middle East.
Speaker Events - September 20, 2013
Women peace builders—on the ground and across the negotiating table—was the focus of a September 20th IPI event featuring Mary Robinson, Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Great Lakes region of Africa, where she discussed why women’s voices matter in peace processes and the next steps in implementing the February 24th Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework, also known as the Framework of Hope.
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Ordinary Fears, Extraordinary Man: The Legacy of Nelson Mandela
As a young South African diplomat during the apartheid-to-democracy transition, Cedric de Coning witnessed the humility and power of a flawed statesman.
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A list of key upcoming meetings and events with implications for global affairs.
Top 10 Issues to Watch in 2013: The Multilateral Arena
Ten key issues that are likely to impact global affairs in international peace, security, and development.
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