Agenda for Peace Law and Legal Definition

Agenda for peace refers to a report written by the UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali in 1992. It is Boutros-Ghali’s response to a request by the UN Security Council for an ‘analysis and recommendations on ways of strengthening and making more efficient within the framework and provisions of the Charter the capacity of the United Nations for preventive diplomacy, for peacemaking and for peace-keeping.’ The report outlays the need for more active UN involvement in the management of intra-state conflicts.