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Past events

GA73 High-level meeting on Action for Peacekeeping (A4P)
25 Sep 2018 - 25 Sep 2018 | United Nations, Trusteeship Council Chamber, New York
73rd General Assembly: The Secretary-General is convening a high-level meeting on Action for Peacekeeping to renew commitments to UN peacekeeping operations.
20 Jun 2018 - 21 Jun 2018 | New York
UNCOPS2 will be held in June 2018.
29 May 2018 - 1 Jun 2018 | Worldwide
UN Peacekeeping: 70 Years of Service and Sacrifice
14 Jan 2018 - 19 Jan 2018 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Female Senior Police Officer Command Development courses will be held in January 2018.
3 Dec 2017 - 8 Dec 2017 | Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Female Senior Police Officer Command Development courses will be held in December 2017.
UN Peacekeeping Conference Banner
14 Nov 2017 - 15 Nov 2017 | Vancouver, Canada
The Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial Conference will be held at Vancouver, Canada between 14 and 15 November 2017.
6 Nov 2017 - 10 Nov 2017 | UN Headquarters, New York, USA
From 6-10 November the Police Division will convene the 2017 UN Police Week.
Peacekeepers attend an event with women from the Central African Republic calling for peace
24 Oct 2017 - 27 Oct 2017 | Central African Republic
Drawing attention to the fragile situation in CAR, paying tribute to the work of peacekeepers
Peacekeepers Day Poster
29 May 2017 - 30 May 2017 | Worldwide
Peacekeeping is an investment in global peace, security, and prosperity. It is a flagship enterprise of the United Nations. Today, it deploys more than 113,000 military, police and civilian personnel in 16 peacekeeping operations on four continents. It is a flexible, evolving instrument that brings together political, security and technical tools to assist countries make the difficult transition from conflict to peace.
29 May 2016 - 30 May 2016 | Worldwide
For more than 70 years, UN Peacekeeping has proven to be a legitimate, reliable and effective tool in facilitating the transition from conflict to peace. Fifteen years ago, the UN had fewer than 40,000 Military and police personnel. Today, more than 105,000 uniformed personnel from 124 troop- and police-contributing countries serve under the UN flag, along with 18,000 international and national civilian staff and UN Volunteers. They courageously risk their lives in order to bring stability to some of the world’s most vulnerable populations.