This book provides insights about the expanding role of civil society in building sustainable peace. The focus is on multi-stakeholder, systems-based approaches to peacebuilding and human security that involves diverse civil society groups, government agencies, intergovernmental organisations, and security forces. The book illustrates how the involvement of civil society can result in... Read More About New book: Civil Society, Peace, and Power »
At the beginning of October Peace Boat , which is GPPAC’s Regional Secretariat for North East Asia, visited The Hague and Amsterdam on their Global University Programme. The 92th Global Voyage focused on “Peace and Disarmament”, and in this framework five international students led by Akira Kawasaki, a member of Peace Boat’s Executive Committee, visited the offices of GPPAC’s... Read More About Peace Boat visits international organisations in The Hague »
« Déclaration relative à la situation politique de l’heure en RD Congo Les Organisations de la Société civile du Sud-Kivu, réunies autour du Bureau de coordination provinciale de la Société civile ce mardi 04 octobre 2016 viennent d’analyser les éléments du contexte sociopolitique qui prévaut en République Démocratique du Congo et de manière attentive l’évolution du Dialogue tel... Read More About Les organisations de la société civile du Sud-Kivu signent une déclaration sur le contexte socio-politique en RDC »
How to Manual for Colleges and Universities Developing and/or Enhancing their Programs in Peace and Conflict Studies. Deadline for Submissions November 1st, 2016! 2nd Ed. Peace and Conflict Studies How To Manual! Collaborating groups and institutions include: The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict, Peace Education Working Group, George Mason University’s School for... Read More About Call for submissions: Peace and Conflict how to manual »
On 5 October 2016, the United Nations Security Council held its 6 th straw poll indicating their support – or lack of thereof – for the candidates in the race. Unsurprisingly, the favourite candidate was António Guterres, a former Prime Minister of Portugal and the High Commissioner for Refugees from 2005 to 2015. Indeed, Guterres was a clear front-runner since the beginning of the race,... Read More About António Guterres soon-to-be new U.N. Secretary General »
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