Here are our reports on the 51st Human Rights Council which took place in Geneva.
Here are our reports on the 50th Human Rights Council which took place in Geneva.
The Covid-19 pandemic is reshaping our world and has demonstrated the need for stronger responses to crises. The crisis has shown the necessity of efficient health systems and social services worldwide, alongside access to key infrastructure. Without doubt, the Covid pandemic is a setback for sustainable development, as it not only triggered a severe health crisis worldwide but also provoked unrest and uncertainties, impacting all three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. This paper examines what consequences the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the three dimensions of sustainable development and the best
practices for the way forward.
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The Ivorian education system has faced several challenges, including two civil wars, gender and ethnic discrimination, curriculum not sufficiently adapted to post-conflict reconstruction, among other challenges. These constraints, mainly related to violence and the politicization of the school space, have had a considerable impact on the country’s peacebuilding and cohesion. Consequently, Ivorian and international institutions have turned their attention to the concept of peace education to regulate and improve a damaged education system. To understand the importance of peace education in Côte d’Ivoire, this article first defines the terms of conflict, education, and peace, delves into the principles of peace education, and finally applies the theoretical framework to the case study of Côte d’Ivoire.
Peacekeeping missions have represented the role of the United Nations in global conflict. After decades of peacekeeping operations, the United Nations have been able to gather data regarding their successes and failures. This paper focuses on the success of the peacekeeping operations while reviewing two factors; possibility of peace in an ongoing conflict and peacekeepers having access to collaboration with regional powers. The successful UN peacekeeping missions include the cases of Sierra Leone and Liberia. However, it also includes the cases of peacekeeping in Rwanda and Bosnia providing examples of absence of the two factors mentioned above.
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