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.
27 / 02 / 2017
Infographic – Guiding Principles on Young People’s Participation in Peacebuilding
22 / 02 / 2017
Learn more about Young People’s participation in Peacebuilding – Download the Guiding Principles
14 / 02 / 2017
UN Secretary-General’s remarks at the World Government Summit February 2017
01 / 02 / 2017
Learning session with mediation expert Brendan Mcallister held today at the UN Compound
30 / 01 / 2017
PBF concept notes now ready to be developed into project proposals
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Consultation & Key Events
09 / 02 / 2016
Remarks by Mrs. Ban Soon-taek on ‘Sustaining Peace in Sri Lanka: The Role of Women’
Mrs. Ban Soon-taek, spouse of the UN Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, engaged in a round table discussions on the topic of ‘Sustaining Peace in Sri Lanka: The Role of Women’ organized by UNFPA. Several high-level ministers, representatives of diplomatic missions, UN and other agencies including civil society organizations, participated in the event.
09 / 02 / 2016
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Sri Lanka
At the invitation of the Government, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, accompanied by Mrs. Ban Soon-taek, arrived in Sri Lanka on the 31 August 2016 for a three-day visit.
08 / 26 / 2016
UN Secretary-General: Trip Announcement
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will leave New York on Saturday, 27 August, for Singapore, on the first leg of a trip that will take him to Myanmar and Sri Lanka for official visits, the People’s Republic of China for the G20 Summit, and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic for the ASEAN-UN Summit.