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.


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

Reflections on the project 'Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding' (WOSCAP)

The project 'Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding' (WOSCAP) seeks to enhance the capabilities of the EU in conflict prevention and peacebuilding by the best civilian means. In...

GPPAC and Utrecht University Event on Pathways to Inclusive Conflict Prevention

On May 17, GPPAC and Utrecht University held a public event on "Pathways to Inclusive Conflict Prevention From a Research and Practice Perspective". Speakers from academia, policy, and practice...

A Light at the End of the Tunnel? Moving Forward in the Philippines Peace Process

The conflict between the communist-led alliance and the government of the Philippines has been going on for nearly half a century. Starting in the 1960s it has gone through phases of varying...

GPPAC in the Media

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

ASEAN urged to strengthen Civil Society’s role in regional peace and human security

Press Release by Gus Miclat from GPPAC-Southeast Asia and Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID). Read full text here.

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