UN Documents for Conflict Prevention and Mediation: Secretary-General's Reports

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25 September 2015 S/2015/730 This was the report of the Secretary-General, "the United Nations and conflict prevention: a collective recommitment".
26 August 2011 S/2011/552 This was the first-ever report on the use of preventive diplomacy.
8 April 2009 S/2009/189 This was the Secretary-General 's report on enhancing mediation and its support services to the Council.
7 April 2008 S/2008/186 This was the report of the Secretary-General on the relationship between the United Nations and regional organizations, in particular the African Union, in the maintenance of international peace and security,
14 January 2008 S/2008/18 This was the report of the Secretary-General on the implementation of Security Council resolution 1625 (2005) on conflict prevention, particularly in Africa.
14 December 2006 S/2006/980 This was the report “Uniting our strengths: Enhancing United Nations support for the rule of law”.
7 June 2001 S/2001/574 This was the Secretary-General's first comprehensive report on conflict prevention.
21 August 2000 S/2000/809 This was the report of the Panel on the United Nations Peace Operations (also known as the Brahimi Report).
13 April 1998 S/1998/318 This report on the Causes of Conflict and the Promotion of Durable Peace and Sustainable Development in Africa emphasised the importance of DDR in peacekeeping missions, identified the proliferation of small arms as a threat to peace in Africa, and urged the Council to address the issue of illicit arms trade.
1 November 1995 S/1995/911 This was a report of the Secretary-General on Improving preparedness for conflict prevention and peace-keeping in Africa.
25 January 1995 S/1995/1 This was the position paper of the Secretary-General, Supplement to An Agenda for Peace, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations.
17 June 1992 S/24111 This was the report An Agenda for Peace in which Secretary-General Boutros-Ghali noted that peace-building after civil or international strife must address the serious problem of landmines.