Panel discussion on: “The engagement of the United Nations in post-conflict, peacebuilding and stabilization settings: Challenges and opportunities”
The Permanent Mission of Denmark and the Center on International Cooperation at New York University are co-organizing a panel discussion on “The engagement of the United Nations in post-conflict, peacebuilding and stabilization settings: Challenges and opportunities”.
The panel will be held at Conference Room 6 of the North Lawn Building, at the United Nations Headquarters on Monday 7 February from 1.15 to 2.30 p.m. The purpose of the panel is to discuss the respective findings of the World Bank World Development Report 2011, the UN Secretary-General’s Review of International Civilian Capacities, and the Danish-commissioned Study of UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA’s Engagement in Fragile and Post Conflict States. The speakers at the panel discussion are: Mr. David Harland, Director, UN Review of International Civilian Capasities; Dr. Bruce Jones, Director, Center on International Cooperation and Member of the WDR Core Team; Ambassador Carsten Staur, Permanent Representative of Denmark to the United Nations; and Ambassador Sofia Mesqita Borges, Permanent Representative of Timor-Leste to United Nations.
For registration to this event, please contact Ms. Michele Shapiro, Center on International Cooperation, NYU (e-mail michele.cic @ nyu.edu; tel. 1 (212) 998-3688). For further information, please contact Mr. Marcus Carter Mathiasen, Permanent Mission of Denmark (e-mail marmat @ um.dk; tel (212) 705-4926).