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Implementing Extension of State Authority Mandates in Peacekeeping
While the extension of state authority (ESA) concept has not been clearly defined, examples from the ground have shown that it is based on three components: presence, capacity and legitimacy. In order for sustainable peace ...
2017.16 Quick Impacts Projects (Policy)
This policy defines the purpose of Quick Impact Projects (QIPs), and describes their nature, scope, size and duration. It outlines principles for programme and financial management of QIPs and provides direction on budgetary ...
Guidelines on Understanding and Integrating Local Perceptions in UN peacekeeping
These guidelines apply to all field-based civilian and uniformed peacekeeping personnel who interact with members of the population of the host country as part of the execution of their duties, as well as those who are ...
United Nations Community Engagement Guidelines on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace
Following the Secretary-General’s call for the UN’s improved engagement with civil society at the local level in his 2018 report on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace, a joint UN-civil society working group developed the ...
Understanding and Improving Engagement with Civil Society in UN Peacekeeping: from Policy to Practice
This study analyses issues and dilemmas that peacekeeping operations and indeed the larger peacebuilding and development community has faced when engaging with civil society in conflict-affected environments with a particular ...
The People's Projects - Quick Impact Projects to Protect Civilians and Building Durable Peace in South Sudan
Peace building is long and arduous work, and, for local communities that aren’t privy to behind-the-scenes negotiating, progress is often difficult to quantify. To boost community trust and support for the peace process, ...