The Impact of Elected Members on the Security Council’s Agenda: Germany’s Sixth Tenure in 2019-2020 - Foundation Office New York
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On December 31st, Germany will be completing its sixth term as an elected member of the Security Council. The two years coincided with the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and highlighted how the value-based multilateralism enshrined in the UN Charta is coming under increased pressure.
With the joint Franco-German initiative of an Alliance for Multilateralism Germany has tried to provide new impulses and to establish itself as a driving force for multilateral cooperation.
As a non-permanent member to the Security Council, Germany assumed crucial roles as penholders on important files such as Afghanistan, chaired Sanctions Committees and served as a bridge-builder in a Council that is heavily polarized and often paralyzed by the competing interests of its five permanent members.
To mark the occasion of Germany’s concluding term, KAS New York in collaboration with the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations, would like to invite you to a panel discussion evaluating the impact elected members can have on the agenda and the work of the Security Council.
Date and Time
03.12.2020 1:30 p.m. - 2.30 p.m. (New York)
03.12.2020 19:30h - 20:30h (Berlin)
H.E. Dr. Christoph Heusgen, Permanent Representative of Germany
H.E. Ms. Alya Al-Thani, Permanent Representative of Qatar (tbc)
H.E. Mr. Sven Jürgenson, Permanent Representative of Estonia
Ms. Karin Landgren, Executive Director, Security Council Report
H.E. Mr. Olof Skoog, Head of the Delegation of the European Union