The review of the resident coordinator system: give UNDS reform a chance!

Weinlich, Silke
External Publications (2021)

published on blogs.die-gdi.de, 21.06.2021

These days, the United Nations General Assembly is tasked with fine-tuning a centrepiece of the reform: the strengthened Resident Coordinator system – key driver of a more cohesive UN Development System (UNDS) working towards a common agenda. Negotiations have yet to reach a break-through. Member states should do their part in supporting a more cohesive UNDS. They should improve the current funding model of the RC system and thereby support the repositioning efforts. Assessed contributions would be a clear sign that states step up to their collective responsibility.

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