Armenia’s Velvet Revolution: A Civil Society Success for Peace

Written by, Women for Development Photo credits: Made in Armenia Last week Armenia took a breath for the first time since the mass protests of civil disobedience started three weeks ago on April...

The Hague Talks: The case for conflict prevention - Lessons learned from local civil society

What's the role of civil society in sustaining peace and preventing conflict? At Hague Talks in Colombo we will have local and international voices reflecting together on the importance of civil...

Dialogue for Peace: A North Korean visit to GPPAC in The Hague

Last week, GPPAC hosted four representatives of the Korean National Peace Committee (KNPC) from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), for an exchange visit in The Hague. This was the...

Outcome Harvesting: Good Practices to Assure the Quality

GPPAC, together with Partos and independent consultant and evaluator, Wolfgang Richert, organised a workshop on Outcome Harvesting (OH) on 24 April 2018 at Bleyenberg in the Hague. Outcome...

Visaka Dharmadasa: Mother, Daughter, and Woman of Peace! 72nd UN General Assembly

Visaka Dharmadasa's story touches the hearts of many. A mother, whose son went missing after a Tamil Tigers attack in Sri Lanka; a woman, who marched into the ‘lions den' to look into the very...