GPPAC's Annual Report 2015 is now available for download. Discover what our civil society organisations' network has been up to in 2015 and what are the challenges ahead.Read more
The twentieth anniversary of GPPAC North America network member International Service for Peace (SIPAZ) in Mexico marked a great moment to reflect on and compile lessons learned after two decades of accompaniment to organised groups and peoples in the struggle for land and territory, justice, truth, and peace. This publication arose from this, a diagnostic of the main changes of the last twenty years.Read more
As GPPAC's Great Lakes Project is coming to an end, the project partners met in Nairobi, Kenya on June 16th and 17th for a final meeting. During these two days, a number of topics were discussed, including the evaluation of the project, reflections, lessons learned and finalising the implementation of the final activities. There were also strategic discussions on how to build on the work of the project after it comes to an end in June. You can learn more about the GLP here.Read more
At the end of the 3,5 years Great Lakes Project, the project partners, NPI-Africa, ACCORD and GPPAC developed the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region: CSO Handbook.
The handbook provides practical information about the structure of the International Conference on the Great Lakes (ICGLR) and its decision-making process and cycles. It highlights the importance of engaging with the ICGLR and indicates different spaces in which people from the region can participate to develop policies and actions and jointly strengthen the organisation in the prevention and management of armed conflicts.
You can download the manual from the Great Lakes Project website.Read more
- GPPAC deeply concerned about persecution of Russian Peace activist Valentina Cherevatenko
- Great Lakes Project Partners meeting in Nairobi
- 'Working together for peace': GPPAC's Annual Report is now available
- GPPAC and International IDEA organised a side event to the UN high level debate on peace and security