Conflict, Violence and Disaster

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Expert Meeting on Accountability Framework for Conflict, Vi

On 18-19 June 2013, in Glen Cove, New York, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO), and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) collaborated with the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) and the World Bank (WB) to hold an Expert Meeting on creating an accountability framework for conflict, violence, governance and disaster within the context of the Post-2015 Development Agenda. The meeting focused on the question of how conflict, violence, governance and disaster outcomes can be effectively designed and measured in the context of development.

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Conflict, Violence & Disaster Global Thematic Consultations
- Conflict and Instability

Liberia 28-30 November 2012

  - Concept Note | Background Papers | Report | Media
- Violence and People's Security

Panama 31 January to 1 February 2013

  Concept Note(EN) (ES) | Background Papers (EN) (ES) | Report (EN) | Key Conclusions (EN) (ES)| Media (EN) (ES)
- Disaster Resilience

Indonesia 22-25 October 2012

 - Documents
 Indonesia 19-20 February 2013
 - Concept Note |  Agenda | Background Papers
- High-level Consultation Meeting
 Finland 13 March 2013
  Concept Note | Chair's Summary | Meeting Reports | Speeches
- Goals, Targets and Indicators
 Background Papers | Report
e-Discussion and Summaries
  • Including Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in Post-2015 Development Goals - What are the options
    e-Discussions - Summaries
  • Gender-Based Violence
    e-Discussions - Summaries
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Welcome Message From the Finnish Minister for International

The conflicts between and within nations ruin people's lives and prevent development and economic growth. In order to secure better future for fragile states and their citizens we need to put emphasis on human rights and rule of law.... Read More