Time to End the Forgotten War, Time to Sustain Civil Society Dialogue Initiatives in the Korean Peninsula

By Darynell Rodriguez Torres, GPPAC Executive Director 18-07-2018 Exactly a year ago, in July 2017, I had the opportunity to visit the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) for the first...

Democratic Backsliding: Should the Peacebuilding Community be Concerned?

By Mallika Joseph, GPPAC Policy Advisor Studies indicate that there has been democratic backsliding in recent years in as many as 25 countries, including the United States. The reasoning is that...

Children with Cameras in Hands Leading Kyrgyzstan toward a Peaceful Future

The GPPAC project "Cameras in Hand: transformation and empowerment of Kyrgyzstani girls and boys" started in February 2018 in 4 regions of Kyrgyzstan. This project is unique due to the innovative...

GPPAC is looking for a consultant to support the expansion of its network in Latin America

[English] GPPAC is looking for a consultant for the elaboration of a mapping of civil society organizations dedicated to peace building, conflict prevention and related areas in Latin America....

What’s the role of civil society in sustaining peace and preventing conflict? Hague Talks at Colombo

At Hague Talks in Colombo, local and international speakers from Sri Lanka, Colombia and The Philippines shared how personal experiences inspired them to become peacebuilders and what led them to...