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Highlights

22nd of May

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 discussed insights and challenges to making inclusive conflict prevention work in practice. Experts from various countries shared examples of lessons learned.

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22nd of May

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 this video the WOSCAP partners share their reflections to explain the project and why it matters.

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22nd of May

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

From May 27 to June 2 the next round of the Philippine peace talks are scheduled to take place in Noordwijk, the Netherlands. The focus will be on finalising the conditions of a joint ceasefire. Together with our GPPAC member Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID), we have been engaging with the negotiating parties, offering our support in furthering the process and particularly in contributing to a broadly supported, impartial civil society monitoring of a ceasefire.

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18th of May

State-building in the shadow of war: Afghanistan

This desk study investigates how the EU has developed its capabilities in the fields of conflict prevention and peacebuilding in Afghanistan and what the main characteristics are of the social and political processes in which these capabilities have evolved since the 2001 US-led intervention. Special attention is given to cross-cutting themes such as local ownership, multi-stakeholder coherence, and security sector reform (SSR). 

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