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1. The World’s Humanitarian, Economic, and Political Engagement with Afghanistan

2. An Age of Crises: Prospects for inequality and division

3. One Year After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: The geopolitical struggle is not where you think it is

4. From Rhetoric to Action: Delivering Inequality & Exclusion

5. What Works in Conflict Prevention?

6. The Number of Countries with Coups d’etats and Other Constitutional Changes in Government is Rising: How should donors stay engaged?

7. Alternative Aid Modalities: Community development

8. Does the Present Interpretation of the UN Principles Cause Harm in Syria and Yemen?

9. Managing Opportunities, Challenges, and Expectations for the New Agenda for Peace

10. Rising to the Challenge: Building Peaceful, Just, Equal and Inclusive Societies in a Divided World

11. Post-Disaster Aid in “Politically Estranged” Settings: Findings from Ten Years of Post-Nargis Social Research in Myanmar

12. The UN General Assembly 2023: The urgency of compromise on financing for development

13. Seven Questions to Consider in Designing, Implementing, and Supporting Effective Nationally Led Violence Prevention Strategies

14. Cost of Violence Study – Switzerland: A Halving Global Violence Report

15. Lessons from the COVID-19 Crisis: 6 Opportunities to Strengthen Conflict Sensitivity across the HumanitarianDevelopment-Peacebuilding Nexus

16. Looking Ahead: Trends and Solutions for 2022

17. Blowback from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

18. The Rise of Nationalism: Lessons from Europe

19. Social Mobilization and Structural Racism in Colombia

20. Racism, Xenophobia, and Misogynistic Prejudice in South Africa: A Case Study of Policy Interventions Since 1994

21. Good Peacebuilding Financing: Recommendations for Revitalizing Commitments

22. Recent UN Votes on Ukraine: What Needs to be Done to Maintain International Unity (Part I)

23. Innovations in Donor Bureaucracies and the Implications for Peacebuilding Financing

24. Can Emerging Technologies Lead a Revival of Conflict Early Warning/Early Action? Lessons from the Field

25. Gulf States and Peacebuilding: Key Characteristics, Dynamics, and Opportunities

26. Emerging Powers and Peacebuilding Financing: Recommendations for Finding Common Ground

27. Social Housing 2.0

28. Refugee Legal Empowerment: From Accompaniment to Justice

29. Does Justice Mind? Understanding the Links between Justice and Mental Health

30. Addressing Inequality and Exclusion in the Pandemic’s Aftermath

31. How to Maintain International Unity on Ukraine (Part II)

32. The Relationship Between Justice and Equality

33. How to be conflict sensitive in the midst of a pandemic? A case study on Colombia

34. Justice for All and the Social Contract in Peril

35. Towards a Prevention and Peacebuilding Data Hub: Scoping the Future of Data Services and Capacity Building

36. Development Competition is Heating Up: China’s Global Development Initiative and the G7 Partnership for Infrastructure and Global Alliance on Food Security

37. Four reasons why the New Agenda for Peace should focus on nationally led violence prevention strategies

38. Colombia’s Support for Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees: President Petro reaffirms commitment to integration, but continued progress requires more international support

39. What should leaders focus on during the United Nations General Assembly High-level week 2022 to help restore some popular trust in international collective action and multilateralism?

40. 2022 Retrospective and Trends for 2023

41. Are we facing a wave of conflict in high-income countries?

42. UN-IFI Cooperation during Peacekeeping Drawdowns: Opportunities for Mutual Support

43. How can we work towards economic recovery for all? Financing for Development: the issues, challenges, and opportunities in 2021

44. Mental Health and Psychosocial Support to Sustain Peace: Four Areas to Explore for Improving Practice

45. Restoring Civic Trust in the Post-Pandemic Era: What makes citizens trust governments?

46. It’s Time to Go Back to Basics of Governance

47. Recognizing Communities: Local Level Responses to the Pathfinders Grand Challenges

48. Inequality, Lockdown, and COVID-19: Unequal Societies Struggle to Contain the Virus

49. Introducing the Mind-the-Gap Index: A tool to understand urban spatial inequality

50. Solidarity Taxes in the Context of Economic Recovery Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

51. The Way We Voluntarily Pay Taxes

52. Digital Equity as an Enabling Platform for Equality and Inclusion

53. Social Dialogue as a Tool to Fight Inequality & Recover After a Pandemic

54. Inclusive COVID-19 Relief Finance

55. Bridging the Silos: Integrating Strategies across Armed Conflict, Violent Crime, and Violent Extremism to Advance the UN’s Prevention Agenda

56. Shared Capital Initiatives – for Redistribution and Recognition

57. Social Contracts: A Pathway for More Inclusive Societies

58. Social Contracts: Embracing a Just Technological and Energy Transition

59. Essential Workers

60. Employment Transitions

61. From Rhetoric to Action: Delivering Equality & Inclusion

62. Learning from COVID-19: How to make care central to economic policy around the world

63. The Applicability of Transitional Justice in Pre-Conflict Contexts

64. From Regressive Subsidies to Progressive Redistribution: The Role of Redistribution and Recognition in Energy Subsidy Reform

65. A Civil or Uncivil Civil Society?

66. A “Hidden Front” in the Battle Against COVID-19: How Behavioral Data is Helping Contain the Pandemic and Improve Policy

67. Can We Do Informal Housing Better?

68. Linkages between Inequality, Exclusion, and the Occurrence of Elections with Protest Activity Against Governments

69. State Capture and Inequality

70. Turning the Tide on Housing: Alternatives to the Modern Orthodoxies of North America and Europe

71. Ecosystem Mapping: The State of Play and the Path to Creating a Community of Practice

72. COVID-19, Election Governance, and Preventing Electoral Violence

73. COVID-19 has a postcode: How urban housing and spatial inequality are shaping the COVID-19 crisis

74. From the Global to the Local: Leveraging International Engagement to Advance Justice at Home

75. Technology and the Future of Work

76. The Just Transition in Energy

77. Unparalleled: COVID-19 and the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen

78. The New Secretary-General Report on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace: Prevention Back on the Agenda

79. The Challenge of a Lifetime: Ensuring Universal Access to COVID-19 Health Technologies

80. The UN’s Pandemic Response: The Beginnings of a Real Global Plan?

81. Coping with COVID-19 and Conflict in Afghanistan

82. Public Opinion, Trust, and the COVID-19 Pandemic

83. Do or Die: COVID-19 and Imprisonment in Syria

84. COVID-19 and Trust in International Cooperation

85. COVID-19 and Public Support for Radical Policies

86. Opportunities and Challenges for Greater IFI-UN Collaboration Across Macroeconomic/FCV linkages

87. A Stocktaking of the UN-IFI Relationship on Prevention and Peacebuilding, 2018 to 2020

88. I Need You, I Don’t Need You: South Africa and Inga III

89. Food for Thought – Talking Points on Food Prices

90. The UN’s Pandemic Response: The Beginnings of a Real Global Plan?

91. Justice for All and the Public Health Emergency

92. Population Movements, COVID-19, and Conflict Risk

93. COVID-19 and Community Responses

94. COVID-19 and the IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings

95. How Much Lockdown is Enough?

96. Last Refuge or Last Hour? COVID-19 and the Humanitarian Crisis in Idlib

97. Coping with COVID-19 and Conflict in Afghanistan

98. Gone Without a Trace: Syria's Detained, Abducted, and Forcibly Disappeared

99. Is the United States at Risk of Large-Scale Civil Conflict?

100. COVID-19 and Trust in International Cooperation