The objective of the Meeting is twofold: (1) to serve as a forum for the heads of justice and corrections to take stock of strategic and operational developments and to exchange best practices on strengthening the impact of justice and corrections components; and (2) to offer senior field personnel, Member States, Headquarters counterparts, and United Nations partners a platform to explore emerging priorities in the rule of law sector and to share views on how justice and corrections components contribute to conflict prevention and peace sustainment in line with the Secretary-General’s vision.
Mandating organisation / agency / department / ministry
Mandate outputs / products
Presentation to United Nations entities, UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes and Members States on the findings and recommendations of the report “Lessons Identified from United Nations Mission in Liberia Support to Rule of Law in Liberia” of March 2018.
Participation in other sessions as it may be relevant to the work of ISSAT.
Intended immediate outcomes of mandate
Enhance the knowledge of participants about the findings and recommendations of the report “Lessons Identified from United Nations Mission in Liberia Support to Rule of Law in Liberia” of March 2018. Specifically:
- To provide a resource for current and future United Nations Peace Operations (PO) and to inform ongoing reform within the United Nations;
- To positively influence the United Nations systems approach to lesson identification from PO, and inform improvements on how the United Nations learns from them, and how it can apply these lessons to other settings;
- To provide a tool for Liberia and its international partners, informing future engagements on security, justice and human rights development to sustain peace and stability in the country beyond UNMIL’s withdrawal.