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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Other Key Documents

Consultation & Key Events

Projects

NEWS

10 / 20 / 2016

Full Statement by Rita Izsák-Ndiaye, UN Special Rapporteur on minority issues, at the conclusion of her official visit

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on minority issues, Rita Izsák-Ndiaye delivered a statement at the conclusion of her official visit to Sri Lanka, on 20 October 2016. The objective of the visit was to hold consultations on the human rights situation of persons belonging to national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities in Sri Lanka.

10 / 05 / 2016

UN rights expert to visit Sri Lanka to assess current situation of minorities

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on minority issues, Rita Izsák-Ndiaye, will carry out an official visit to Sri Lanka from 10 to 20 October 2016 to assess the current situation of national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities in the country.

09 / 05 / 2016

WHO certifies Sri Lanka malaria-free

Sri Lanka was certified malaria-free by WHO earlier today with no locally transmitted cases recorded for the past three-and-a-half years. The certification was presented to the Minister of Health, Dr. Rajitha Senaratne by WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia, Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh and WHO Director General, Dr Margaret Chan.