Report of the High-level Independent Panel on Peace Operations on uniting our strengths for peace: politics, partnership and people

17 June 2015

During 2014 UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon established a High-level Independent Panel on UN Peace Operations (HIPPO) to comprehensively assess the state of UN peace operations, including UN peacekeeping operations and special political missions, and the challenges they face in addressing the emerging needs of populations. The HIPPO submitted its assessment report, entitled “Uniting our strengths for peace: politics, partnerships and people,” during June 2015. The report provides recommendations on how peace operations can “better support the Organization’s work to prevent conflict, achieve durable political settlements, protect civilians and sustain peace.”

High-level Independent Panel on Peace Operations


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