In January 2017, WFUNA began hosting monthly dialogues for Presidents of the UN Security Council and Civil Society to allow for greater access to the work of the Security Council and to promote openness and transparency within the UN system. In 2017, dialogues were held with the Permanent Representatives of Sweden, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Uruguay, France, Italy and Japan, and the Deputy Permanent Representative of Ethiopia. In 2018, WFUNA continued this initiative, holding dialogues with the Permanent Representatives of Kazakhstan, Peru, Poland and Sweden, as well as the Deputy Permanent Representative of the Netherlands. Now in its third year of operation, WFUNA held its fourteenth and fifteenth dialogue in this series with the Dominican Republic's Special Envoy to the UNSC in January and the Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea in February. In March, WFUNA then hosted the first-ever joint UNSC Presidencies-Civil Society Dialogue with the Permanent Representatives of France and Germany, presidents of the UNSC for March and April, respectively, and as part of each Permanent Missions' historic "jumelage". Finally, in May, WFUNA held its seventeenth dialogue with the Permanent Representative of Indonesia.