Episode #3: People-centered Peacekeeping
A people-centered approach to UN Peacekeeping makes sense as a concept-- listen and learn from the communities you are mandated to protect -- but how is it actually implemented in practice? Speaking with experts from the Central African Republic, South Sudan, and United Nations Headquarters, this episode explores the need for applying a people-centered approach in peacekeeping contexts and the complexities of effectively implementing this approach.
The Civilian Protection Podcast, brought to you by CIVIC and PAX, shares the voices of people affected by war, the dangers they face, the choices they make, and what can be done to better protect them — because we believe it’s time to put them at the center of the discussion.
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Date of publication:
Oct 28, 2021
CIVIC & PAX
Guests: Kessy Ekomo-Soignet (Founder and Executive Director of youth-led NGO URU and General Director at Peace Development Watch), Marco Donati (Civil Affairs Team Leader, UN Department of Peace Operations), Geoffrey L. Duke (Director, South Sudan Action Network on Small Arms (SSANSA))More about The Civilian Protection PodcastListen to the Podcast on SpotifyListen to the Podcast on Apple PodcastsDownload the episode