Our Approach to Partnership

               

Partnership is fundamental in security management. In today’s increasingly complex global security environment, UNDSS, as a crucial enabler of all UN programs and activities across the globe, must collaborate with diverse partners. Effective security management requires enhanced partnerships with multi-stakeholders, namely the host Governments, Member States, United Nations entities, and non-UN entities, including regional and other international bodies, as well as civil society and the private sector.

 

The UN alone cannot advance the ambitious 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. As such, partnership is Goal 17 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

No one security situation is the same. Consequently, not one security solution will fit all security requirements in specific contexts. The UNDSS strongly believes that offering an effective security solution to enable programs requires various levels and types of partnerships. The UNDSS placed solid mechanisms ensuring we are a trusted partner of all individuals and entities who, like us, work toward a better world, from remote locations working with local host Government authorities and INGOs,  to devising a UN system-wide policy and supporting the intergovernmental process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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