Mr. Habib Mayar, the g7+ Deputy General Secretary, has recently published an article entitled 'Sustaining Peace and Shared Prosperity: The questions of Fragile States', in the SAGE, Global Social Policy
The article highlights the g7+ perspective on how to sustain peace through the New Deal. The New Deal has been a central point in the nexus of peace, effective states institutions and development in fragile and conflict affecting settings states - "a phenomenon that has recently found a central space in international discourse on peace, security, and development" by the World Bank and United Nations joint force to achieve Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
In summary, the article offers four recommendation to help realising agenda 2030 and sustaining peace in the g7+ countries:
- Stop ongoing conflict
- International community must recognise states ownership and leadership in the development process
- Avoid fragmented plan and aid in assisting Fragile and conflict affected states
- Investing in sustainable Infrastructures and strengthening national institutions.
Read the article here.