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UNA-RWANDA. FREEDOM FROM VIOLENCE: PEACE SECURITY AND CONFLICT PREVENTION WITHIN THE POST 2015 –DEVELOPMENT AGENDA. Presentation Outline. Introduction : UNA- Rwanda, WFUNA and Freedom from Violence Section1 : MDG s & The Post 2015 Development Agenda Section 2 : Key S takeholders

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una rwanda

UNA-RWANDA

FREEDOM FROM VIOLENCE: PEACE SECURITY AND CONFLICT PREVENTION WITHIN THE POST 2015 –DEVELOPMENT AGENDA

presentation outline
Presentation Outline
  • Introduction: UNA- Rwanda, WFUNA and Freedom from Violence
  • Section1 : MDGs & The Post 2015 Development Agenda
  • Section 2 : Key Stakeholders
  • Section 3: The Relationship between Peace, Security and Conflict Prevention with the Development Agenda
  • Section 4: A deep understanding: The Relationship between Peace, Security ,Conflict Prevention and Development
  • Section 5: Countries in Focus
  • Section 6: Advocacy
  • Section 7: Important Links
introduction
Introduction

UNA- Rwanda:

A Civil Society Organization – A peoples 'voice

To promote UN Ideals and Objectives (UN Charter)

Provide Platform for People to react on UN ideals and objectives

Not UN Agency

Legally registered in Rwanda according to the Law governing local non-governmental organizations.

WFUNA:

World Federation of the United Nations Association

Uniting UNAs globally – participates in global discussions in regard to UN issues

Share its resolutions with the UN Security Council

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Introduction Cont’d

Project: Freedom From Violence (what is it about)

Ensuring Peace & Security is the first concern of the UN (Article 1 of the UN Charter);

The relationship between Peace, Security and Development is important and relevant for all member States;

Aim of the Project: to build the capacity of key stakeholders to be able to engage in dialogue and advocacy for the inclusion of peace, security and conflict prevention in the post- 2015 development agenda.

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Introduction cont’d
  • Who are those Identified Stakeholders?
  • - Civil Society,
  • - Academia,
  • - Media and
  • - Politicians.
  • WFUNA’ s UNAs are in a strategic position to raise awareness and provide a platform for dialogue.
section 1 what is the post 2015 development agenda
Section 1: What is The Post 2015 Development Agenda
  • History of MDGs
  • . 2000 – 189 states agreed on a vision to reduce poverty (MDGs)
  • . MDGs: What are they?
  • 1. Eradicate Extreme Poverty and hunger
  • 2. Achieve Universal Primary Education
  • 3. Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women
  • 4. Reduce Child Mortality
  • 5. Improve Maternal Health
  • 6. Combat HIV/Aids, Malaria and Other Diseases,
  • 7. Ensure Environmental Sustainability
  • 8. Global Partnership for Development
section 1 cont d
Section 1 Cont’d

some pros of mdgs

Some Cons

  • Simple, measurable and inspiring;
  • Led to the fastest reduction of poverty;
  • Strengthened global partnership;
  • Setting global goals can be a powerful way of mobilizing common actions;
  • Powerful tool for focusing the world’s attention on development issues.
  • Only 3 out of 8 are likely to be achieved;
  • 1.4 billion people still live in extreme poverty, 870 million suffer from chronic hunger;
  • MDGs comes to an End in 2015 (but issues are still there)
  • The agenda was not universal and relevant to all societies
  • The World is now discussing what should be included in the next Development agenda (Post – 2015)
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Section 1: What is The Post 2015 Development Agenda

Background: Post – 2015 Development Agenda

“The post -2015 Dev Agenda refers to a process led by the UN that aims to help define the future global development framework that will succeed the MDGs when they come to an end”

Should be sustainable

Should include Developed countries

Should include element of peace and security

Framework – what we want

“A new, broader set of targets which reflect new global challenges”

The Post 2015-Development Agenda: What will it look like

Recommendations on what should the framework include:

Social Development,

Economic Development,

Environmental sustainability

Peace and Security

section 2 key stakeholders and the next steps building a post 2015 development agenda
Section 2: Key Stakeholders and The Next Steps: Building A Post – 2015 Development Agenda
  • The UN 2015 Process: Working Streams

1. UN System Task Team : UN System Task team, established by UNSG in 2012 to support system –wide preparations for post 2015 development agenda

2. “Rio+20” : the UN conference on Sustainable Development, took place in 2012 in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

3. High level panel on the Post -2015 Development Agenda: Eminent Persons to provide guidance and Recommendations on what should be included in the post 2015 development agenda (reflecting on current development challenges).

section 3 the relationship of peace security and conflict prevention with the development agenda
Section 3: The Relationship of Peace, Security and Conflict Prevention with the Development Agenda

The Relationship: Peace, Security Conflict Prevention and Development

What is Peace?

What is security?

What is conflict Resolution?

What is Development?

  • How do Peace, Security and Conflict Prevention fit in the Post – 2015 Development Agenda?
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Section 4: A deeper Understanding: Relationship between Peace, Security and Conflict Prevention with the Development Agenda

Focus areas

Women violence and development

Development concerns for children in conflict

Conflict, displacement and development

Land, housing and property

Accountable and responsive

Conflict and health care

Conflict and food security

Conflict and development

section 5 countries in focus
Section 5: Countries in Focus
  • SYRIA: War on Development
  • The central African Republic: Destructed from years of conflict
  • Afghanistan: Instability Leads to Unstable Development
  • Rwanda: A Shining Star
  • Cambodia: Growth like no other Post-Conflict Society
  • El-Salvador: Focusing on Social Protections
section 6 advocacy
Section 6: Advocacy

ADVOCACY

_ Raise Awareness on the need to integrate peace, Security and conflict prevention

- Capacity Building

- Be involved in consultations on the issue

- Influence the discussion (meet with decision makers to push for the inclusion, propose policy recommendations, Keep it at the forefront of the agenda).

section7 further readings
Section7: Further Readings

RESOURCES and FURTHER READING