1. The UN’s training strategy remains in its early stages and needs to mature. Assessing the quality of training provided to peacekeepers should be seen in the broader context of measuring their effectiveness, both individually and as contingents. Presently, however, there is no agreement among parties involved on systematic performance evaluations of peacekeepers.
Member states, including through the C-34, should provide clear and consistent political guidance to strengthen accountability, and support measures that enable the evaluation of UN peacekeeping as a prerequisite for targeted and needs-based training.
DPKO/DFS should develop an objective methodology for evaluating the performance of uniformed personnel in...