The Monitoring Peace Consolidation: United Nations Practitioners’ Guide to Benchmarking. A tool that will better enable UN field presences to measure progress towards or regress away from peace consolidation. The handbook was developed in partnership with the Oslo-based Fafo Institute for Applied International Studies and the Norwegian Peacebuilding Centre, with funding provided by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It was produced under the direction of a Steering Committee including the UN’s Departments of Political Affairs and Peacekeeping Operations and the UN’s Development Programme, the Development Operations Coordination Office, and the Peacebuilding Support Office.Download United Nations Practitioners’ Guide to Benchmarking
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UN Peacebuilding Fund Announces Winners for its Third Gender and First Youth Promotion Initiatives
New York, 12 December 2016 - The United Nations Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) Monday announced the winning proposals for its third Gender and the first ever Youth Promotion Initiatives ...
Marc-André Franche Appointed as New Chief of Financing for Peacebuilding Branch
New York, 10 August 2016 - Marc-André Franche has been appointed as the new Chief of the Financing for Peacebuilding Branch of the Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO), tasked ...
UN Peacebuilding Fund Relaxes Criterion Requiring In-Country Registration/Office for NGOs in Call for Concept Notes for Gender/Youth Promotion Initiatives
On 18 May 2016, the Peacebuilding Fund announced a call for concept notes for two special initiatives: a new Youth Promotion Initiative and its third Gender Promotion Initiative. The ...
UN Peacebuilding Fund Opens Third Women and its First Youth Initiative to NGOs
PLEASE NOTE: this call for proposals was amended on 27 May 2016. The updated details are available here. New York, 18 May 2016 – Combining two firsts, the ...
UN Peacebuilding Fund Finances African Union Human Rights Observers in Burundi
New York and Addis Ababa, 3 May 2016 – Thirty-two (32) African Union human rights observers will be able to continue their work in Burundi for another six ...
- UN Peacebuilding Fund Announces Winners for its Third Gender and First Youth Promotion Initiatives
United Nations Practitioners’ Guide to Benchmarking