A Synthesis of findings from seven multi-stakeholder consultations. This report identifies seven peacebuilding and statebuilding priorities as stepping stones to reach the Millennium Development Goals in conflict-affected and fragile states.
March 2010. This is a summary document (full version in french) of the contribution of the Government of the Central African Republic to the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding. [Also available in: Fr ]
March 2010. This country-level consultation is part of the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding. This intergovernmental dialogue initiative was established as an outcome of the High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Accra in September 2008. [Also available in: Fr ]
Summary, march 2010. Full version available in French. [Also available in: Fr ]
This report synthesises the findings of seven country consultations that were carried out as part of the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding ("the Dialogue") between November 2009 and March 2010. [Also available in: Fr ]
This report is a summary of the responses and insights from a rapid consultative process with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to input into the first global meeting of the International Dialogue on peacebuilding and statebuilding to be held in Dili, Timor-Leste on 9-10 April 2010.
The 2016 fragility assessment report is the result of inclusive consultations led by Sierra Leoneans. During this process, stakeholders identified challenges and key priorities that should be addressed by the Government. The process provided a unique opportunity to understand how the various districts view their fragility and how the Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals (PSGs) could assist moving the country from transition to transformation. Three key recommendations are suggested in the report in order to create greater resilience: increasing capacity building, creating a maintenance culture and ensuring that there is a resident judge in each district.
This report takes stock of the progress made across the member countries of the International Dialogue on the Use of Country Systems (UCS) since 2016. The UCS is a core commitment of the New Deal’s TRUST principles, and was reaffirmed by Dialogue members in the Stockholm Declaration 2016. The report concludes on the need for a more nuanced approach to the topic, highlights progress at country level, and the need to showcase and strengthen it internationally in order to promote more sustained international commitment to the issue. The report builds on series of consultations conducted in 2017 between members – at the IDPS Steering Group and Implementation Working Group meetings in April 2017 and on a country level consultation with the country dialogue on the Use of Country Systems led by the Somalia donor/government Use of Country Systems Working Group, supported by the UN/World Bank coordinator in Nairobi (Kenya) in December 2018.