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.

Key Documents

Notice Board

Notice Board

23 / 07 / 2017

Op-Ed: Sustainable Development & Sustaining Peace: 2 sides of the same coin – Read…

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05 / 06 / 2017

Families of the Disappeared met with UN agencies at the UN Compound today

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27 / 05 / 2017

UN Secretary-General’s message on Ramadan : Read Here

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26 / 05 / 2017

Applications open- Gender Promotion Initiative 2017: Learn More

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26 / 05 / 2017

Applications open – Youth Promotion Initiative 2017: Learn More

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Other Key Documents

Consultation & Key Events

Projects

NEWS

09 / 23 / 2017

President Maithripala Sirisena meets UN Secretary-General António Guterres

The Secretary-General met with H.E. Mr. Maithripala Sirisena, President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.

09 / 21 / 2017

Peace Day Message by UN Resident Coordinator, Ms. Una McCauley

In light of International Peace Day on Thursday, 21 September, Ms. Una McCauley, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative, published a message highlighting the need for communities to stand together against injustice in Sri Lanka.

08 / 12 / 2017

Youth building Peace: Sri Lanka’s best hope

In light of International Youth Day on Saturday, 12 August, Ms. Una McCauley, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative, published an article highlighting the need to encourage youth building peace in Sri Lanka.