This project aims to investigate how reform of the United Nations (UN) peace and security architecture is shaping the organisationâ€™s human protection practices in local conflicts. It develops a new interdisciplinary framework for studying the international-local interactions that influence global norm making and implementation, using methods drawn from international relations and international law. Expected outcomes include enhanced understanding of the factors driving major institutional reform in the UN and the impact of reform on UN prevention and protection. It will benefit Australian and international policymakers seeking to support the UN reform agenda to enhance international stability and human protection.
|Effective start/end date||21/06/19 → 20/06/22|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD404,000.00
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