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Creating Connections: South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific

The twelve stories in this publication showcase the depth and breadth of South-South and Triangular Cooperation, across Asia and the Pacific.  


N-PEACE

Unique to the Asia-Pacific region, N-PEACE operates in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Nepal with the goal of increasing the role of women in conflict…  


Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Work in Asia-Pacific II

This report captures the work of Country Offices engaged in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding, Preventing Violent Extremism, and the Rule of Law. It represents a new and updated edition of the…  


The winners of 2018 N-Peace Awards are…

A doctor providing maternal healthcare in conflict areas in Myanmar, a man working to end child marriage and menstruation taboos in Nepal, and a young activist campaigning for peace in Afghanistan are…  


UNDP and YouTube to Celebrate Positive Online Voices at the Creators for Change Summit

UNDP in Asia and the Pacific is excited to join YouTube in celebrating the achievements of dynamic, young video creators who have successfully completed the Creators for Change Academy Program at the…  


Development Approaches to Migration and Displacement in Asia and the Pacific

UNDP has been working on migration and displacement for decades. While the issues have been of higher profile in other regions, Asia and the Pacific sees some of the most significant movements…  


Announcing the Winners of the N-Peace 2018 CSO Awards and Small Grants

We are pleased to announce the winners of the N-Peace civil society organization (CSO) awards and small grants, 2018.  


In an age of instant gratification, there’s still time for impactful storytelling

Mailee Osten-Tan, our regional Communications Consultant for the Creators for Change initiative with YouTube, discusses how online influencers are promoting positive social change.  


UNDP, Google join forces with Asian YouTubers to challenge extremism online

The ‘Creators For Change’ initiative will see participants working with UNDP experts to learn more about online extremism, hate speech, unconscious bias, fake news, cyber bullying, and intolerance.  


UNDP, Google join forces with Asian YouTubers to challenge extremism online

The ‘Creators For Change’ initiative will see participants working with UNDP experts to learn more about online extremism, hate speech, unconscious bias, fake news, cyber bullying, and intolerance.  

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