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Routledge
20 April 2016
Since its establishment, the UN's Peacebuilding Architecture (PBA) has been involved in peacebuilding processes in more than 20 countries. This edited volume takes stock of the overall impact of the PBA during its first decade in existence, and generates innovative recommendations for how the architecture can be modified and utilized to create more synergy and fusion between the UN's peace and development work.

The volume is based on commissioned research and independent evaluations as well as informed opinions of several key decision-makers closely engaged in shaping the UN's peacebuilding agenda. It seeks to find a balance between identifying the reality and constraints of the UN's multilateral framework, while being bold in exploring new and innovative ways in which the UN can enhance the results of its peace and development work through the PBA.

The research and writing of each chapter has been guided by four objectives:

to assess the overall impact of the PBA; to generate innovative ideas for how the PBA can be made more effective post-2015; to analyze the PBA's role at the nexus of the UN's peace and development work; and to consider what would be required for the PBA to increase and improve its impact in future.

It will be of interest to diplomats, UN officials, the policy community and scholars engaged in the debate following the 2015 review and the implementation of its recommendations, and will be an essential resource for UN and peacebuilding scholars.
Edited by:   Cedric de Coning (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs Norway), Eli Stamnes (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Oslo, Norway)
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 138mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   499g
ISBN:   9781138650374
ISBN 10:   1138650374
Series:   Global Institutions
Pages:   280
Publication Date:   20 April 2016
Audience:   College/higher education ,  A / AS level ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Cedric de Coning is a Senior Research Fellow with the Peace and Conflict Peacebuilding Research Group at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and a Peacebuilding Advisor with ACCORD. His research focus is on AU, EU and UN peacekeeping and peacebuilding policies and practices. Eli Stamnes is a Senior Researcher Fellow in the Peace and Conflict Research Group at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI). Her research interests revolve around critical approaches to peace and security, peacebuilding, conflict prevention, gender and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P).

Reviews for UN Peacebuilding Architecture: The First 10 Years

'This is a very important and timely book, providing an in-depth assessment of the first ten years of the United Nations' Peacebuilding Architecture. It provides an historical overview of its creation and development over time, an appraisal of its performance and recommendations for improvements. I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in peacebuilding, not in the least the Member States who are making decisions on the role of peacebuilding in the United Nations.' - Oscar Fernandez-Taranco, United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support 'The rigorous and rich research contained in this volume is invaluable for efforts to move the Peacebuilding agenda forward at the UN and, ultimately, for strengthening our collective ability to prevent and respond to conflicts.' - Ambassador Olof Skoog, Swedish Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York and Chairperson of the UN Peacebuilding Commission (2015) 'Riveting and essential reading on how the UN translates decades of grassroots peacebuilding efforts into a global project that is internally led and externally supported with a brew of good intentions, confused expectations, and faulty assumptions.' - Lisa Schirch, Research Director, Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research and Research Professor, Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, Eastern Mennonite University


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