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The Challenges Forum’s publications series provides timely and relevant analyses in reflection of the Challenges Forum Partnership’s projects and policy initiatives.

Our reports, briefs and papers offer targeted recommendations based on the most recent debates, inciting ground-breaking and thought-provoking arguments on peace operations policy reform. Publications are authored by leading experts, researchers and practitioners in this field and represent both partner and non-partner organizations.

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POLICY BRIEF 2019:7 Women, Gender and the A4P Agenda: An Opportunity for Action?

Peace operations are an important mechanism for progressing women, peace and security. In 2020, the international community will mark twenty years since the inclusion of women, peace and security on… Read more »

  • Originator : Lisa Sharland
  • Year : 2019

Challenges Annual Forum Report 2019

This conference report captures the discussions and recommendations that emerged during the two-day Challenges Annual Forum, hosted by the Government of Canada, and themed A4P: Improving on Political Strategy, Peacebuilding,… Read more »

  • Originator : Challenges Forum
  • Year : 2019

Background Paper – Leading UN Peace Operations

Peace operations present recurring polarities to leaders leading them. Leading polarity is not well understood. This paper presents an approach to how collectives can lead in polarized contexts. Polarities are… Read more »

  • Originator : Patrick Sweet
  • Year : 2019

Draft A4P Recommendations: Executive Outcome Report – Challenges Annual Forum 2019

The Challenges Annual Forum 2019 was hosted 10 to 11 June in Montreal by the Government of Canada. More than 120 participants from 30 countries. The theme for the annual forum was A4P-Improving on Political Strategy, Peacebuilding, Mission Management and Transitions to Enduring Peace.

  • Originator : Lisa Sharland
  • Year : 2019

POLICY BRIEF 2019:6 A4P and the UN-AU Partnership

The A4P identifies, in addition to seven other building blocks, the improvement of partnerships. Essentially, the focus on improving partnerships is to deepen the collective commitment of the UN and relevant international organisations including the African Union (AU) to collaboration and planning.

  • Originator : Dr. Linda Darkwa
  • Year : 2019

Represented by 50 peace operations organizations and departments

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