Documents

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category: IDPS Meetings language: English

  • Fragility Assessment Guidance note

    Document from the 3rd global meeting of the International Dialogue

  • PSG Indicators - Progress, Interim List and next steps

    Room document 3 from the 3rd Global Meeting of the International Dialogue  [Also available in: Fr ]

  • ID UNGA Side event flyer

    Flyer distributed at the ID side event "Implementing the New Development Framework in Countries Affected by Conflict and Fragility"

  • Stockholm Declaration

    The Stockholm Declaration on Addressing Fragility and Building Peace in a Changing World  [Also available in: Fr ]

  • Logistical Note Nairobi meetings

    Information for participants: venue, visa, hotel accommodation and other travel information

  • WG Nairobi - RD 1 - Discussion Paper

    Discussion paper and expected outcomes – Concept Note of IWG meeting. Room Document 01- For Discussion and Approval. EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUE WORKING GROUP MEETING ON NEW DEAL IMPLEMENTATION. 1-2 June 2016, Nairobi, Kenya.  [Also available in: Fr ]

  • Flyer IDPS at 2018 Fragility Forum - High Level Panel on ‘Implementing Prevention’

    On Tuesday 6 March 2018, the International Dialogue will host a High Level Panel on “Implementing Prevention: Operational Responses to the Pathways for Peace Report” at the World Bank Fragility Forum 2018, in Washington D.C. This panel will bring together Ministers and senior officials from the g7+ group of countries affected by conflict and fragility, OECD-DAC–INCAF countries, civil society (CSPPS), UN system and World Bank, to discuss how bilateral and multilateral actors can work better together to prevent violent conflict. Panelists will provide their perspectives on the World Bank-UN report Pathways for Peace: Inclusive Approaches to Preventing Violent Conflict. Drawing on panelists’ experience of piloting the New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States in g7+ countries, the discussion will focus in particular on the challenges of operationalizing the report’s recommendations and will identify what is required to ensure they are effectively translated into practice.