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The forgotten pillar of the triple nexus – why is peace so under-resourced?
Comment & analysis

The forgotten pillar of the triple nexus – why is peace so under-resourced?

Not only is peace the least-defined area of the triple humanitarian-development-peacebuilding nexus, but it is also the least well-funded. This stands in stark contrast to the aims of many organisations and institutions within the aid system to work effectively across the nexus, and the urgent need for an increased focus on peace and conflict prevention. 

6 June 2023
Let us see what Peace can do
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Let us see what Peace can do

A shared statement by peacebuilding organizations on International Day of Peace, 21 September 2021.

21 September 2021
All talk, no action? Disrupting the way the UN reviews the SDGs
Blog

All talk, no action? Disrupting the way the UN reviews the SDGs

Jordan Street and Alexandra Azua Hale reflect on how the Voices of SDG16+ collaborative campaign brought civil society voices into high-level policy discussions in New York, and outline some recommendations for what should happen next.

13 August 2019
Paranoia and contradiction define Trump’s National Security Strategy
Comment & analysis

Paranoia and contradiction define Trump’s National Security Strategy

US President Donald Trump released the National Security Strategy (NSS) last month, providing an important insight into his administration’s worldview and its stance on global security issues. Ursala Knudsen-Latta and David Alpher explore some of the key pillars that define the strategy and what they might mean for US engagement abroad.

9 January 2018
Embracing SDG16+ in Somaliland: an opportunity for change
Blog

Embracing SDG16+ in Somaliland: an opportunity for change

Hopes are high in Somaliland after a largely peaceful presidential election in November. Abdijalil Dahir Aqarshe and Jordan Street argue that the Sustainable Development Goals have a crucial role to play in supporting this shift and bringing together seemingly disparate development efforts.  

8 December 2017

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