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Elders discuss Middle East with BBC’s Lyse Doucet at ODI

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Ahead of World Humanitarian Summit, The Elders urge UN action to stop mass atrocities

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Still fit for purpose? Elders’ UN proposals take centre stage at Sciences Po

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Martti Ahtisaari calls for UN reform at Sciences Po event in Paris

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What will be on the agenda for the next Secretary-General of the United Nations

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How can the next Secretary-General secure the UN's future?

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What is fairness in the 21st century?

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Martti Ahtisaari: the mediator

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A stronger UN: The Elders hold high-level talks in Liechtenstein

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A decent start

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The Elders call on EU leaders to unite in compassion to migrants

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Refugees: the crisis of inaction

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Hearing the Russian perspective

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Media advisory: The Elders to visit Russia from 27-29 April 2015

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Livesteam: Four ideas to save the peace

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Encouraging progress towards peace and inclusiveness in Myanmar

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Building a new state: an historic opportunity for Myanmar

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The Elders call for immediate end to conflict in Myanmar and urge parties to engage in talks

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Media advisory: The Elders to visit Myanmar and Thailand from 12–18 December

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Iran nuclear talks: the world needs a positive outcome

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Myanmar: finding a shared vision, building trust

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The frontlines of leadership, from two ex-Presidents (part two)

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Elders in Iran: encouraging openness and trust

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