[TimorLesteStudies] New Report: Special Research Report on the Peacebuilding Commission

Bu V. E. Wilson bu.wilson at anu.edu.au
Sat Oct 18 12:09:06 EST 2008

Security Council Report has published a Special Research Report on the Peacebuilding Commission.
         The Security Council will be considering the report of the Peacebuilding Commission on Tuesday 21 October. It is expected that the chair of the PBC Organisational Committee, chairs of the PBC country-specific configurations and representatives of the four countries on the Commission’s agenda will be among those invited to participate. The Security Council will discuss the work that the PBC has done during its second year of operation. It is likely that Council members will welcome the PBC’s adoption of integrated strategies for three of the four countries on the PBC agenda. Members are also likely to be positive about the development by the PBC of evaluation mechanisms. However, many are also likely to stress the importance of PBC activities actually achieving positive impacts on the ground. This Special Research Report analyses the activities of the PBC during its second year of operation. It finds that the Commission has made real achievements in getting established, in setting priorities and in developing, collectively with all stakeholders, a much clearer understanding of the challenges that have to be confronted on the ground. It now remains to be seen whether the opportunities can be seized and peace can be consolidated on a sustainable basis. 
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