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.

Mobilising for Justice: #JusticeForAsifa

Written by Mallika Joseph - GPPAC All of last week, India has been rocked by an explosion of opinion, scathing views, and loud demonstrations all over the country demanding #JusticeForAsifa – an...

“Cameras in Hand”: Filming Empowerment - By Youth, for Peace

From March 20 to 29, the innovative participatory video (PV) methodology was introduced to the staff of the Foundation for Tolerance International (FTI) in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, as the first step in...

Blog post: Outcome Harvesting – the next step to assure quality

Written by Paul Kosterink, GPPAC The current policy framework "Dialogue & Dissent" of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs supports 25 Alliances of predominantly Dutch NGOs that strengthen the...

GPPAC in the Media

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

Protecting Mali’s Peace. On The Role of Civil Society in Mali

In this article of the Global Observatory, GPPAC's UN Liaison Officer Minna Hojland writes about the role of civil society for peace in Mali.

Now time for Indonesia to build peace on Korean Peninsula

In this article Peter van Tuijl (senior adviser of Kemitraan and former Executive Director of GPPAC) states five reasons why Indonesia should consider developing a new diplomatic initiative to...

GPPAC Executive Director interview on Karadzic's verdict

GPPAC Executive Director Peter van Tuijl was interviewed by the Bosnian newspaper Faktor on the verdict of Radovan Karadzic's trial. You can download the article in original language here.

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