Breaking the Silos: Pragmatic National Approaches to Prevention

Paige Arthur, Céline Monnier
Content Type
Policy Brief
Center on International Cooperation
In this policy briefing, our fifth in our series on prevention at the UN, we draw on examples from Côte d’Ivoire and Timor-Leste to illustrate how countries have developed integrated actions on prevention that cut across sectors, including security, development, and human rights. We then highlight options for the UN to better support these strategies through cross-pillar approaches and identify practical ways forward for governments implementing prevention approaches.
Conflict Prevention, Security, Development, Human Rights, United Nations
Political Geography
Africa, Timor-Leste, Côte d'Ivoire