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

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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
Dec.

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

What's new

Oct.
2014

Looking for information on country specific New Deal implementation progress?

See UNDP Q3 report and New Deal implementation progress overview
Oct.
2014

Washington Meetings: 10-13 October

In Washington, various meetings took place around the World Bank/IMF annual meetings:

10 October:  IDPS Implementation Working Group Meeting

10 October: g7+ High-Level Discussion with IFC on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)

12 October: g7+ Meetings with the World Bank, IMF and IFC in Washington

13 October IDPS Steering Group Meeting

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

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