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China Strategy 2021-2024

This report was approved by the Federal Council on 19 March 2021. It is a geographical follow-up strategy to the Foreign Policy Strategy 2020–23 (FPS 2020–23) . In accordance with objective 6.4 of the FPS 2020–23, Switzerland has updated its China Strategy and is setting up interdepartmental coordinating bodies to improve coherence. The report also responds to the postulate of the National Council Foreign Affairs Committee FAC-N (20.4334 ) and the Nidegger motion (20.3738).



Swiss Peace Supporter 1/2021

The disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) of former combatants after armed conflicts is an essential part of the peace process. In this issue of SPS, Swiss experts share their experiences of DDR in Colombia, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. See also the special report on police missions.



Strategy for communication abroad 2021-24

The present Strategy for Communication Abroad 2021–24, which was approved by the Federal Council on 18 December 2020, is a thematic follow-up strategy to the Foreign Policy Strategy 2020–23. According to Article 3 of the Ordinance on the Cultivation of Switzerland’s Image Abroad (SR 194.11), the Federal Council adopts a Strategy for Communication Abroad for a period of four years at a time.



Analysis & Policy: Programme Framework 2021–24

How will the SDC's global IC instruments be applied in 2021–24? This information is set out in the Programme frameworks 2021–24 for the global programmes on climate change and environment, food security, health and water, and the Analysis and Policy and Global Institutions divisions.



Global Institutions: Programme Framework 2021–24

How will the SDC's global IC instruments be applied in 2021–24? This information is set out in the Programme frameworks 2021–24 for the global programmes on climate change and environment, food security, health and water, and the Analysis and Policy and Global Institutions divisions.



Global Programme Climate Change and Environment: Programme Framework 2021–24

How will the SDC's global IC instruments be applied in 2021–24? This information is set out in the Programme frameworks 2021–24 for the global programmes on climate change and environment, food security, health and water, and the Analysis and Policy and Global Institutions divisions.



Global Programme Food Security: Programme Framework 2021–24

How will the SDC's global IC instruments be applied in 2021–24? This information is set out in the Programme frameworks 2021–24 for the global programmes on climate change and environment, food security, health and water, and the Analysis and Policy and Global Institutions divisions.



Global Programme Health: Programme Framework 2021–24

How will the SDC's global IC instruments be applied in 2021–24? This information is set out in the Programme frameworks 2021–24 for the global programmes on climate change and environment, food security, health and water, and the Analysis and Policy and Global Institutions divisions.



Global Programme Water: Programme Framework 2021–24

How will the SDC's global IC instruments be applied in 2021–24? This information is set out in the Programme frameworks 2021–24 for the global programmes on climate change and environment, food security, health and water, and the Analysis and Policy and Global Institutions divisions.




Sub-Saharan Africa Strategy 2021–24

This report, which was approved by the Federal Council on 13. January 2021, is a geographical follow-up strategy to the Foreign Policy Strategy 2020–2023 (FPS 20–23). In accordance with objective 6.2 set out in the FPS 20–23, Switzerland has formulated a Sub-Saharan Africa Strategy. The Federal Council has also fulfilled the Gugger Postulate 19.4628 with the report.



Swiss Peace Supporter 4/2020

To mark the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 'Women, Peace and Security”, this Swiss Peace Supporter edition focuses on the role and contributions of women in peacebuilding. Testimonials from experts working for NATO and for the UN in Ethiopia underscore the fact that despite the progress made to date, this remains a vitally important task.


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