The Peacebuilding Commission
The Peacebuilding Commission (PBC) was jointly established by the General Assembly and the Security Council in 2005 as a new intergovernmental advisory body of the United Nations that supported peace efforts in countries emerging from conflict. Its aim is to propose integrated strategies for post-conflict peacebuilding and recovery, bring together all of the relevant actors and marshal resources. The Security Council has also established a number of peacebuilding offices. For the meetings in the Council focusing on general issues relating to peacebuilding, please go here .
Website of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission
This section covers material related to the establishment and the procedure of the peacebuilding commission, including the practice of the Security Council referring countries to the Commission.
This section covers the decisions and deliberations of the Council that reflect on the Council’s relations with the General Assembly within the context of the establishment and early years of the Peacebuilding Commission.