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The Non State Actor (NSA) project provides an innovative approach of support to electoral processes and consolidation of peace in Sierra Leone. It aims to create an atmosphere of political tolerance by investing in the influence that political parties and other non‐state actors have on Sierra Leone’s political process. It also seeks to promote greater political participation in particular by women. It is funded by a 5 million US$ from the UN Peace building Fund. Click the below links to view our newsletters:


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14 September 2009 - was a briefing by by the head UNIPSIL, Michael von der Schulenburg.


8 June 2009 - was a council debate and briefing by the head UNIPSIL, Michael von der Schulenburg.


9 February 2009 - was the Council debate on the first report of the Secretary-General on UNIPSIL.


4 March 2009 - was the annual report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on Sierra Leone.


S/2009/18 and S/2009/17 8 January 2009 - was the exchange of letters between the Secretary-General and the President of the Security Council on the appointment of Michael von der Schulenburg as the Executive Representative of the Secretary-General for UNIPSIL.


4 August 2008 - was the meeting resulting in the adoption of resolution 1829 establishing UNIPSIL.


28 February 2008 - was a letter from the Council president requesting for further information from the Secretary General on the drawdown of UNIOSIL between 5 July 2008 local election and its completion in September 2008.


31 January 2008 - was the letter from the Secretary-General conveying the completion strategy for UNIOSIL