The Partnership for Effective Peacekeeping invites you to a discussion on
What Peacekeeping Leaves Behind:
Evaluating the Effects of Multi-dimensional Peace Operations in Africa
Dr. Malte Brosig,
Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg
Dr. Paul Williams, Associate Professor,
Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
Chandrima Das, Director of Peacekeeping Policy, Better World Campaign
UN Funding Update:
Jordie Hannum, Director, Better World Campaign, will provide an update on advocacy efforts regarding U.S. funding for the UN
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
12:00pm to 1:30pm
This discussion will be at 1750 Pennsylvania Ave, N.W.
Please RSVP with Francesca Diggs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunch will be provided.
Peacekeeping today is becoming ever more complex, reaching deep into conflict affected societies aiming to facilitate social, economic and political transformative processes in order to establish sustainable peace. However, most quantitative studies evaluate mission effectiveness only in terms of conflict abatement, using the number of battle death as indicator. This leaves a substantial assessment gap. Dr. Brosig’s study, “What Peacekeeping Leaves Behind”, seeks to address this gap by exploring the effects of multi-dimensional peacekeeping by using a number of different governance and security indicators.