Peacebuilding Priority Plan
To guide wider and longer term support for peacebuilding, the UN and the Government have finalised a Peacebuilding Priority Plan (PPP) in close consultation with civil society and development partners. Informed by a Peacebuilding Context Assessment, the PPP will be a common framework, through which the UN and other development partners can align their support against nationally identified priorities, and in so doing ensure a coordinated approach. The framework identifies key strategic priorities in the areas of i) transitional justice; ii) reconciliation; iii) good governance; and iv) resettlement and durable solutions, whilst also including a strong focus on gender and youth.
21 / 09 / 2017
Learn about young Sri Lankan Peace Champions : Watch video here
12 / 09 / 2017
President signs Act to operationalize Office of Missing Persons
06 / 09 / 2017
Watch the live stream: UN High-Level Forum “Advancing the Culture of Peace” on 7…
12 / 08 / 2017
UN Sec-Gen’s message on Intl. Youth Day 2017 – Watch here
28 / 07 / 2017
Watch latest video on PBF support to resettlement – Udayakumar’s Story
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Consultation & Key Events
10 / 24 / 2017
The UN and the Ministry of Education launch SDG Action Campaign on 72nd UN Day
In celebration of the 72nd UN Day, the United Nations in Sri Lanka and the Ministry of Education in partnership with Hatton National Bank and Roar media, have come together to launch the ‘SDG Action Campaign’ – a campaign to educate and encourage students from across the country to design and implement an SDG based project in their communities.
10 / 09 / 2017
UN expert on transitional justice to review progress in Sri Lanka
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence, Pablo de Greiff, will carry out an official visit to Sri Lanka from 10 to 23 October 2017, to examine the progress made in redressing the legacies of massive past violations and abuses, including those that resulted from a conflict that spanned more than 25 years.