Updates from the UN

Updates on current developments, discussions and events related to peacebuilding and conflict prevention in and around the UN in New York. GPPAC's UN Liaison Officer reports on relevant news from the UN policy arena and analyzes how developments at the Headquarter impact local civil society actors and their inclusion in UN's peace and security activities.You can read the blog here.

News

All the latest events and activities from our network are published on this page.

Policy Discussion: How to ensure national ownership for legitimacy and long-term impact?

The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) and the Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) hosted a policy discussion on integrated external and security strategies, in...

Welcoming the Singapore Summit: A Step Towards a Peaceful, Nuclear-Free Korean Peninsula

Statement by the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) Photo credit: Adobe As a global network of civil society peacebuilding organisations, the Global Partnership for the...

Where we have been, and where we are now? Peace in 2018!

The Institute for Economics and Peace and the Knowledge Platform for Security & Rule of Law launched the Global Peace Index (GPI) 2018 at the Hague Humanity Hub on 13 July, 2018. Steve Killelea,...

GPPAC in the Media

All the latest news about and from GPPAC published in the Media are linked here.

Church leaders plead with journalists to manage conflict reporting

Newspaper article on a Conflict Sensitive Reporting workshop by the Ecumenical Church Leaders Forum published in Southern Eye (9/5/2015). Read the article here.

China's role in peace and progress

Opinion piece by Peter van Tuijl, GPPAC Executive Director, and Huang Haoming published in China Daily Europe (10/4/2015). Read the opinion piece here.

OSCE: Strengthening Peace and Security Co-operation Towards Democracy and Development

News coverage of 'Strengthening Peace and Security Co-operation Towards Democracy and Development' Conference in FriedlNews (27/3/2015). Read the article here.

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