This concept note presents an analysis of the use of a “social contract” as a way of framing UNDP’s governance practices in fragile and conflict-affected contexts. It forms part of the follow-up to the UNDP report 'Governance for Peace: Securing the Social Contract' (UNDP, 2012) produced by UNDP's former Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery (BCPR), both to contribute further to UN policy discussions and to help chart ways forward.


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