How is Teleworking affecting us all (for UN Staff ONLY)
Moderated space for UN staff to exchange amongst peers about concerns, challenges and tips on how to cope with teleworking during the current COVID-19 crises.
9 April 2020: 14:30-16:00 (GMT+2)

Driver Trainer conversations on GDE framework and coaching framework (for certified Driver Trainers pre-mid 2019)
Discuss the changes in the approach to driver training through the implementation of the Goals for Driver Education (GDE) model and the Coaching for Performance framework
15 and 17 April 2020: 15:00-1600 (GMT+2)

Youth Peace and Security capacity building - Lessons from Somalia
UNSSC in partnership with the Folke Bernadotte Academy
Learn about capacity building efforts to strengthen the implementation of UNSCR2250 in Somalia - WITH as well as FOR young peacebuilders.
22 April 2020: 15:00-16:00 (GMT+2)

Climate Security for sustaining peace (Part 1)
UNSSC in partnership with the UN Climate Security Mechanism and Adelphi
Learn about the risks posed by climate change to peacebuilding and sustaining peace through practictioners experiences from the newly established UN Climate Security Mechanism and the think tank Adelphi. Gain an introduction of the UN Climate Security Toolbox - designed to mitigate those challenges.
29 April 2020: 15:00-16:00 (GMT+2)

The Economic Impact of COVID-19 in Africa
The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance
Masterclass Series with Professor Carlos Lopes, former UNSSC Director.
The Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance will be hosting a Masterclass series titled: What does contemporary Africa look like in the new decade? There will be three sessions. The first session will look at "The Economic Impact of COVID-19 in Africa".
30 April 2020: 10:00 - 12:00 (GMT+2)

Introduction to Macroeconomics for Sustaining Peace
Learn about macroeconomic indicators and their significance to sustaining peace
13 May 2020: 14:00-15:00 (GMT+2)

Climate Security for Sustaining Peace (Part II)
UNSSC in partnership with UN Climate Security Mechanism and Adelphi
Learn about successful field experiences of integrating environmental considerations into peace building , prevention and sustaining peace through practitioners experiences from the UN Climate Security Mechanism and the think tank Adelphi.
14 May 2020: 15:00-16:00 (GMT+2)

Impact of COVID-19 on humanitarian coordination and refugee response
Learn about the impact of COVID-19 on humanitarian coordination and refugee response in a discussion with Steve O'Malley, Head of the COVID Team, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Karolina Lindholm Billing, Deputy Representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Lebanon and Graan Jaff, Deputy Chief of Logistics, World Food Programme (WFP).
27 May 2020: 15:30 (GMT+2)

Addressing the impact of COVID-19 on trafficking in persons
Discuss the impact of COVID-19 on human trafficking, and the role of and the capacity of states, NGOs and service providers to respond to the crime and assist its victims. Learn about ongoing UN initiatives and inter-agency cooperation to address trafficking in persons in times of COVID-19, including at the field level. Attendees will be invited to share information or further key issues of concern identified in related areas of work.
4 June 2020: 09h00 am EDT/15h00 pm CEST

The future of multilateralism in a post- COVID 19 world
Join a lively webinar discussion on the future of multilateralism in a post-COVID-19 world with Fabrizio Hochschild, USG and Special Adviser on preparations for #UN75 and El Ghassim Wane, former Chief of Staff and Chief Advisor to the Chairperson of the African Union Commission and by Dr. Adriana Abdenur, Coordinator of the Igarapé Institute’s Peace and Security Division and Member of the United Nations Committee on Development Policy, moderated by Jafar Javan, Director of the UN System Staff College
5 June 2020: 09h00 am EDT/ 15h00 pm CEST

Climate Security for Sustaining Peace (Part III)
UNSSC in partnership with UN Climate Security Mechanism and Adelphi
Learn about the opportunities and challenges of translating climate risk analysis into regional conflict and climate sensitive programming through examples from operations in the African continent from adelphi and the UN Climate Security Mechanism.
11 June 2020: 15:00-16:00 (GMT+2)

Gender Conflict Analysis - Part I: Mainstreaming at UN Headquarters
UN DPPA, DPO, UN Women. Moderators: UNSSC
Learn about how to integrate gender considerations into day-to-day work of political, security, economic, and other programmatic affairs officers at UN Headquarters from practitioners in UNHQ peace and security pillar gender units.
17 June 2020: 9:00 am EST/ 15:00 pm CEST

Gender Conflict Analysis - Part II: Practice in the field
UN DPPA, DPO, UN Women. Moderators: UNSSC
Illustrate through field practice the value of ensuring an integrated approach for coherent gender sensitive analysis as an important tool for achieving sustainable peace goals
24 June 2020: 9:00 am EST/ 15:00 pm CEST

Data for Climate Security
Focus on data, analytics and policy addressing climate-related security risks, drawing on a perspective from climate security as represented in the Nationally Determined Contributions under the 2015 Paris Agreement. Discuss the data-driven tools available for integrated climate security assessments and policy development with colleagues from UNEP and UNDP; and engage with peace-building and environmental practitioners in a dialogue aimed at understanding how data on environment and climate stresses can inform and improve project outcomes and impacts.
8 July 2020: 9 am EST/ 15 pm CEST

Data and Climate Security: how climate security data analytics can support integrated analysis for sustaining peace
The aim of this session is to discuss how data can support integrated analysis of and response to climate-related security risks. In particular, this session will explore what the most relevant data for climate security is and how it can inform political decision making aimed at sustaining peace, drawing on practitioners experiences from the Arab region. The session will facilitate a dialogue between environmental data experts and representatives from the political pillar of the United Nations, addressing questions on how to ensure integrated programming that is both conflict-sensitive and climate-informed.
10/09/2020 - 15h00 pm CEST

Climate Change and Security - Integrating a Gender Lens
The objectives of this session coordinated with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), will be to unpack the gender dimensions of climate-related security risks and present opportunities for action. Speakers will present case studies that illustrate the ways gender inequality shape risk for women and men faced with different climate and conflict-related risks. They will offer recommendations for integrating a gender lens into climate-security discussions, debates, context analyses, and programme design. The session will conclude with an open discussion with the speakers, during which participants are encouraged to engage by reflecting on pre-drafted questions, offering comments from their own experiences, or by submitting questions to panelists through the chat box or live.
17/09/2020 - 15h00 pm CEST

Migration and Displacement in the Context of Climate Change: A Sustaining Peace Approach
The webinar will aim at analysing the impact of climate change on displacement through a sustaining peace lens looking at the possible mitigation strategies by addressing root causes/prevention as well as through adaptation and resilience building interventions.
24/09/2020 - 15h00 pm CET

Sustaining Peace in a Climate Change World: Why Climate Change matters to conflict mediation
The objective of this session is to discuss the role, challenges and opportunities of (inclusion of) climate change impacts in conflict prevention and mediation processes

Sustaining Peace through effective transitions that are grounded in the rule of law - overcoming old obstacles, applying new lenses
Learn about how to support the UN effectively address longstanding gaps in the management of transitions as they relate to the rule of law sector.

Our session will explore how best to address these gaps by reframing our understanding of transitions.
23/11/2020 - 15h00 pm CET

Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace – why and how? A discussion with practitioners
Learn about the risks that climate change poses to international peace and security and how to integrate localized risks assessments into programmatic planning for sustaining peace. This webinar will address the different approaches, instruments and tools to reduce and mitigate structural governance vulnerabilities compounded by climate change in peacebuilding interventions through examples from practitioners.
9/4/2021 - 15h00 pm CET

Analyse integrée pour la Paix Durable
Chaque jour, l'ONU est appelée à prendre des décisions dont l'impact affectera la vie de millions de personnes qui sont les bénéficiaires directs du travail collectif des fonctionnaires internationaux. L'analyse à l'ONU est souvent menée pour des publics et objectifs divers et dans le but ultime de prendre des décisions suivant le principe “ne pas nuire” ainsi que celui de garantir un impact majeur pour ses bénéficiaires. Dans ce webinaire on discutera avec des experts du secteur des outils nécessaires pour rédiger des analyses intégrées convaincantes, tenant compte de l’aspect politique comme principe primordial pour toutes les interventions des Nations Unies.

Panélistes: Ngozi Amu, Chef d'équipe - Pôle Sénégambie et Recherche/Analyse Bureau des Nations Unies pour l'Afrique de l'Ouest et le Sahel (UNOWAS)
Mr. Ben Majekodunmi, Agent principal des droits de l'homme, Haut Commissariat de Droits de l’Homme
21th September, 15h00 pm CET

Human mobility, climate change and conflict: identifying sustainable responses
This panel will address the links between migration, displacement climate change and conflicts with the view of highlighting and calling for sustainable responses to address the needs of migrants, refugees and local communities.
27th September, 15h00 pm CET

Food insecurity, climate change and conflict sensitivity: identifying sustainable pathways for peacebuilding
Through a dialogue between FAO, WFP and local civil society organizations, this panel will address the links between food insecurity, conflicts and climate change, highlighting best practices for mitigating climate risks and supporting peacebuilding activities.
28th September, 15h00 pm CET

Building inclusive resilience to climate security risks
This event will “take stock” of advancements in programming at the gender, climate, security nexus. Through an interactive discussion with practitioners, during this coffee hour participants will have an opportunity learn from experts who have integrated gender into climate security programming in contexts where climate-related security risks are unfolding in different ways.
4th October, 15h00 pm CET