Engaging the Public
Missiles may kill terrorists. But good governance kills terrorism. We must remember that. Human rights, accountable institutions, the equitable delivery of services, and political participation – these are among our most powerful weapons.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s remarks at Summit to Counter Violent Extremism, Washington D.C., 19 Feb. '15
- Ban ‘profoundly disappointed’ over failed progress on South Sudan peace talks
- Ban welcomes 'important step forward' towards Mali peace
- Ban urges restraint after Palestinian leadership suspends security cooperation with Israel
- ‘Sustainability starts in Sendai,’ says Ban as new UN report urges funding boost for risk reduction