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The UK, UN peacekeeping and stabilization

Gilder, A. ORCID:, (2020) The UK, UN peacekeeping and stabilization. Foreign Affairs Committee (In the room: the UK’s role in multilateral diplomacy First Report of Session 2021–22)

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This evidence sets out several legal consequences of current UN stabilization activities. Stabilization is an area of contemporary, cross-cutting UN activity that involves a range of UN actors such as UNDPO, UNHCR, UNICEF, UN Women, UNDP, FAO, UNFPA and more. The UK can use its existing knowledge base, found in the UK Stabilisation Unit, and its key leadership role at the UN to (re)shape UN stabilization practice towards civilian-led and bottom-up activities. By pursuing a reformulation of stabilization, the UK would be able to strengthen its position in the UN, promote the Government strategy of ‘Global Britain’, and empower local people affected by conflict to build greater multilateral cooperation in regions where the UN implements stabilization.

Item Type:Web Resource
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Law
ID Code:101389
Additional Information:Written evidence submitted to the Foreign Affairs Committee's inquiry into multilateral organisations
Publisher:Foreign Affairs Committee


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