This webpage is an online knowledge platform to inform discussions and decisions of UN Member States and societies, and is designed to help them access information and make sense of the many United Nations review processes that relate to UN Peace Operations Reforms (Peace Operations, Peacebuilding and Women Peace & Security). It features analyses, including from members of the High-Level Independent Panel on Peace Operations (HIPPO) themselves, reactions from practitioners, an interactive Twitter-feed, and a forum for voices of local stakeholders in countries where UN Peace Operations are deployed. This is a project of the International Peace Institute (IPI) managed by IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations. Engage in the discussion on the future of UN Peace Operations post-2015 by tweeting at #futurepeaceops

How to contribute: Future of UN Peace Operations is open to contributions from experts who wish to reach an engaged audience of policymakers, practitioners, and other professionals working in the field of peace and security. We welcome concise, insightful analyses on thematic or country-specific issues related to UN peace operations. Articles published on Future of UN Peace Operations are distributed by the International Peace Institute. If you are interested in contributing, please contact Lesley Connolly (connolly@ipinst.org).