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Mapping Pacific Contributions to UN Peacekeeping

Webinar launch: Mapping Pacific Contributions to UN Peacekeeping: Past Experiences and Future Opportunities

Speakers Lisa Sharland, Luís Carrilho , Karen Galokale , Dr Alan Ryan, Genevieve Feely and Angela Fitzsimons

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute and the Australian Civil-Military Centre are delighted to invite you to the webinar launch of their joint report 'Mapping Pacific Contributions to UN Peacekeeping: Past Experiences and Future Opportunities'.

This new report maps both past and current contributions to UN peace operations and examines the different objectives and priorities of the following seven case study countries in the region when it comes to deploying military, police and civilians to UN peace operations: Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga and Vanuatu. The report also identifies opportunities for greater engagement with UN peace operations and provides recommendations for all stakeholders in the region.

In this webinar, ASPI’s Lisa Sharland will be joined by UN Police Adviser Luís Carrilho, Solomon Islands' Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Services Karen Galokale, and Dr Alan Ryan and Angela Fitzsimons from the Australian Civil-Military Centre for a discussion moderated by researcher Genevieve Feely.

Click here to register for the webinar.  

Speakers

Lisa Sharland

Lisa Sharland is Head of the International Program at ASPI.

Luís Carrilho

Luís Carrilho currently serves as the United Nations Police Adviser.

Karen Galokale

Karen Galokale serves as the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Services in Solomon Islands, which manages deployments from Solomon

Dr Alan Ryan

Dr Alan Ryan is the Executive Director of the Australian Civil-Military Centre.

Genevieve Feely

Genevieve is a researcher for the International Program, focusing on peacekeeping. Her research interests include multilateralism, peace operations and the responsibility to protect.

Angela Fitzsimons

Angela Fitzsimons is the New Zealand Government Representative at the Australian Civil Military Centre (ACMC), which is administered by t