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

© Stephen Mudiari Kasabuli / Africa Media Online

PSG 3

Justice

Address injustices and increase people’s access to justice

© Arne Hoel /World Bank Photo

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

17-23
Aug.
 

G20/g7+/ID engagement,
Seoul

20
Aug.
 

g7+ Technical meeting,
Seoul

16 Sept.  

69th Session of the UN General Assembly, New York

3 Oct.  

International Dialogue Steering Group meeting, Helsinki

10-12
Oct.
 

World Bank/IMF Annual Meetings,
Washington

19-20
Nov.
 

Ministerial High Level Partnership Forum on Somalia, Copenhagen

What's new

June
2014

The Global Meeting of the International Dialogue

took place 18 June in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Read the Freetown Communique
See the meeting page here

June
2014
The first New Deal Monitoring Report was launched in Sierra Leone.

Read the report here 

June 2014   Sierra Leone is new Co-chair for the International Dialogue

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Finance and Economic Development, H.E. Kaifala Marah, took over the chairmanship from his predecessor H.E. Minister of Finance of Timor Leste, Emilia Pires. More info 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