International
Cooperation

The challenges of fragility, conflict and violence are more urgent than ever. The Igarapé Institute works with international and national partners in the United Nations, but also governments and civil society, to promote peace and stability. This means critical engagement with United Nations Security Council reform, the responsibilities of states to protect civilians in conflict, the transformation of peace support operations, strengthening civilian capacities for peacebuilding, rethinking the place of gender and peace-keeping and much more.

 

The Igarapé Institute is also working to increase attention and investment in sustainable development, including the production of new global goals to increase safety, security, justice and governance. The Institute works with multilateral organizations, bilateral agencies and non-governmental organizations on South South Cooperation across the Americas, Africa and Asia.

Comprised of input from academics, youth, civil society and led by the executive office of the United Nations Secretary-General, Our Common Agenda identifies 12 areas in need of strengthened multilateralism.

Analysis of the flows and dynamics of Forced Migration and Refugees, seeking to promote the advancement of effective legislation and public policies aimed at welcoming and integrating internally displaced persons, migrants and refugees, especially in Latin America.

The Brazilian Network for Research on Peacekeeping Operations (REBRAPAZ) was launched in November 2016. Since then, it has organized around 20 events, developed a strategic plan.

Innovation in Conflict Prevention (ICP) is a project that seeks to identify promising approaches, responses and practices in the prevention of armed conflict, focusing on six case studies from countries in Africa.

Publications in International Cooperation

Some of our latest outputs
in Internacional Cooperation

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