The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations today approved without a vote a substantive report on its 2023 session as orally amended, concluding its work, which was held at United Nations Headquarters from 21 February to 15 March.
Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations
Hailing peacekeeping as the truest form of international solidarity, speakers at the first meeting of the 2023 session of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations underscored the need to strengthen missions and operations through strategic communications, gender mainstreaming and better protections for those who serve in them.
The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations approved today a procedural report on its 2022 session after failing to win approval of substantive updates.
The safety and security of United Nations peacekeepers remains a paramount concern in every theatre of operations, requiring more effective partnership with the Organization and increased resources, speakers told the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations (C-34) today as it concluded its 2022 general debate.
United Nations peacekeeping operations are a vital means to ending conflicts and laying the groundwork for building stability, speakers told the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations (C34) at its first meeting of the 2022 session, while stressing the need to implement an action plan and its associated priorities for 2021-2023.
The Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations today approved a draft report on its 2021 substantive session, concluding its work.
Africa must occupy a special place in managing and settling crises on the continent, Senegal’s representative said today, as the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations concluded its general debate.
United Nations peacekeeping operations are central to multilateralism, speakers told the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations at its first meeting of the 2021 session, expressing their commitment to further spur collective action through the Action for Peacekeeping initiative launched in 2018.
Concluding its work today, the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations approved, as orally revised, the draft report of its 2020 substantive session (document A/AC.121/2020/L.3).
Speakers called for more efforts to deploy women in United Nations peace operations worldwide and fully implement the Secretary-General’s strategy to make missions stronger, safer and more effective, as the Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations concluded its annual general debate today.