Promoting a renewed vision for multilateral engagement in fragile and conflict-affected contexts, grounded in development and prevention.
The increasingly complex and challenging peace and development landscape, characterized by growing insecurity, declining global peacefulness, growing fragility, increasingly visible impacts of climate change, shrinking civic space and the first consecutive decline in global human development, urges peace and development actors to reshape their engagement in country, regional and global levels.
Building on critical reflections and learning from the New Deal, the Stockholm
Declaration, Peace Vision, and successful lobbying for the inclusion of SDG 16 in the 2030 Agenda, IDPS will support efforts to develop a fresh perspective on the interconnections between conflict, development, and the future of peacebuilding, and use its voice as a unique, high-level dialogue platform to promote a renewed vision for multilateral engagement in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.
- High level meetings and advocacy building on existing policy spaces and utilizing IDPS itself as a policy space.
- Providing tripartite policy inputs to key global agendas on peacebuilding and statebuilding