A volume of 10 op-ed length essays by leading Canadian experts on United Nations peace operations is to be published ahead of the Ministerial Meeting on United Nations Peacekeeping taking place November 14-15 in Vancouver.
A Canadian NGO, the World Federalist Movement – Canada, which advocates for a more effective and accountable United Nations system, has produced the publication.
Author names and their respective article titles are listed in the chart below.
The publication is to be released online November 10 and 13. Contributors to the WFM – Canada book will be available to discuss Canada’s engagement in UN peace operations.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Fergus Watt, Executive Director, WFM – Canada
Telephone: 613 232-0647
The United Nations and Canada: What Canada has done and should be doing for United Nations peace operations
John Trent (editor)
Preface: Peacekeeping: The Canadian Context
Peacekeeping and security for refugees
The Strategic Guidance Framework for International Police Peacekeeping: A role for Canada
Mali Needs Canadian Peacekeepers
United Nations Peacekeeping and Canada’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security
Canada: The once and future peacekeeper
Canada: Rapid reaction or routine delays
The “Value Added” of UN Peacekeeping
Peace Support operations and whole of government education and training
Gender Perspectives in Peacekeeping: More than deploying more women