ADDRESSING WHAT MATTERS MOST for the 1.5 billion people affected by conflict and fragility
by using the Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals (PSGs):

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PSG 1

Legitimate
and inclusive politics

Foster inclusive political settlements and conflict resolution

© Sarah Cramer

PSG 2

Security

Establish and strengthen people’s security

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PSG 3

Justice

Address injustices and increase people’s access to justice

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PSG 4

Economic Foundations

Generate employment and improve livelihoods

© Stephen Mudiari Kasabuli / Africa Media Online

PSG 5

Revenues
& Services

Manage revenue and build capacity for accountable and fair service delivery

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Upcoming events
Dialogue and relevant
International events

3-4
Nov.
 

INCAF DLM, Paris

19-20
Nov.
 

Ministerial High Level Partnership Forum on Somalia, Copenhagen

24-25
Nov.

Conference on Afghanistan, co-hosted by the governments of the UK and Afghanistan

What's new

Oct.
2014

ID Working Group and Steering Group Meetings, 10-13 Ocotber Washington

The ID Working Group and Steering Group met in Washington. See the meeting page here

Sept.
2014

g7+ High Level Side Event at the United Nations

The meeting looked at the importance of including stand-alone goals on peace and capable institutions as part of the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Read the outcome document and visit the meeting page

Sept.
2014

ILO: A new member to the Dialogue

The co-Chairs of the International Dialogue are pleased to announce that the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has decided to officially become a member. see the list of membes here

Aug.
2014

Round table discussion between the G20 and the g7+

The International Dialogue Secretariat participated in the round table discussion between the G20 and g7+ in Seoul, Korea. Read the recap here.

The International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding is the first forum for political dialogue to bring together conflict-affected and fragile countries, international partners and civil society to catalyse successful transitions from conflict and fragility.

Learn more about the Dialogue:

Key partnerships

 

The New Deal is a key agreement between fragile states and partners to change the policy and practice of engagement.

Download the New Deal (EN) (FR) (ES) (AR)
Learn more about the New Deal