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

10 / 03 / 2017

Today’s HackaDev 3.0 Peacebuilding Challenge Problem Statement – read here

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10 / 03 / 2017

Happening today: HackaDev 3.0 Pre Hack Awareness Session – Peacebuilding Challenge

08 / 03 / 2017

“…committed to increasing women’s participation in our peace and security work.” – Sec.Gen

07 / 03 / 2017

Secretary-General’s message on International Women’s Day 2017

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28 / 02 / 2017

M&E Specialist from Peacebuilding Support Office currently conducting workshops on M&E framework

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Consultation & Key Events

Projects

NEWS

11 / 30 / 2016

UN Policy Dialogue on Addressing Cyber Violence against Women and Girl Children

The UN Gender Theme Group, as part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence, organized a policy dialogue on Cyber Security at the BMICH.

The objective of the policy dialogue, which was titled ‘Addressing Cyber Violence against Women and Girl Children’ was to contribute to the development of a stringent cyber security policy, legislation and regulatory framework in Sri Lanka that recognizes the special needs of women and girls.

 

12 / 01 / 2016

Paving the way towards an AIDS-free Sri Lanka by 2030

In 2015, Sri Lanka, along with 192 countries, agreed to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. With the underpinning objective of ‘Leaving No One Behind’, Goal 3 ensures healthy lives and promotes well-being for all at all ages.

One of the targets leading to achievement of Goal 3 is to end AIDS by 2030. As we mark World AIDS Day on 1 December 2016, the Representatives of UNFPA, WHO, and UNICEF, reflect on Sri Lanka’s work to become an AIDS-free nation.

10 / 18 / 2016

World Food Day 2016

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) together with the Ministry of Agriculture commemorated World Food Day 2016 with a forum discussion on addressing climate change to end hunger by 2030.