The Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations

Staff

, Senior Adviser

Dr. Youssef Mahmoud is Senior Adviser at the International Peace Institute supporting the sustainable development and peace operations programs and serving as a focal point on mediation and…

, Senior Policy Analyst

Daniel Forti is a Senior Policy Analyst at IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations. His current work focuses on issues related to peace operations and partnerships between the United…

, Non-resident Senior Fellow

Alexandra joined IPI as a Senior Visiting Fellow in July 2017. She works on UN peacekeeping and Security Council related issues with IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations. Dr….

, Non-resident Senior Adviser

Arthur Boutellis is a Non-resident Senior Adviser at IPI, where he was Director of the Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations, responsible for developing and managing IPI’s programs and…

, Policy Analyst

Agathe Sarfati is a Policy Analyst at IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations, where she focuses on peace operations, sustaining peace and humanitarian action. Agathe joined IPI in March…

, Non-resident Adviser

Ralph Mamiya is currently an independent consultant and is the former team leader of the Protection of Civilians Team in the United Nations Department Peacekeeping Operations and…

, Non-resident Fellow

Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé is a non-resident fellow at IPI. A Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at McGill University, Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé is Associate Professor in the…

IPI has been at the forefront of making peace operations more reliable and effective for over 40 years. From the training of UN peacekeeping troops in the 1970s, to the current work on multidimensional peace operations, IPI aims to deepen the understanding of peace operations around the world and to develop policy ideas to improve their chances of success. The center is named for Sir Brian Urquhart, the former United Nations Under-Secretary-General who played a crucial role in the founding and development of UN peace operations.

Read about the work of the Center for Peace Operations (CPO) staff at these links:

Prioritization and Sequencing of Security Council Mandates
Protection of Civilians
Peacekeeping Transitions
UN Reform
Peacekeeping Observatory
Strengthening the UN–African Union Partnership on Peace and Security
The Future of Peace Operations
Human Rights and Peace Operations
Climate‚ Peace‚ and Security
Understanding Peace in Contexts under Stress
Operationalization of the UN’s Recommendations on Prevention and Sustaining Peace: Reflections from the Field