Should the UN return to Somalia?
Somalia's Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is urging the UN to return its Somalia-related operations to Mogadishu rather than work out of neighbouring Kenya.
Somalia's Transitional Federal Government has a mandate which expires in August. So this week the United Nations is hosting a conference in Nairobi to discuss what happens next.
But the Prime Minister, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed is boycotting the meeting because he wants all UN work for Somalia to be done in Mogadishu. Mr Mohamed says the UN already operates in Afghanistan and Iraq, which he says are far more dangerous than Somalia.
Is he right? Should the UN move its operations back within the country, or would the risks of such a move outweigh the benefits?
If you would like to debate this topic LIVE on air on Wednesday 13 April at 1600 GMT, please include a telephone number. It will not be published.