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Inflammatory rhetoric and the escalation of several territorial disputes in the region emphasize the need to maintain space for dialogue and build trust and confidence between all parties. In order to move towards realising regional peace and stability, it is important to revitalize dialogue processes on wide-ranging issues, based on mutual trust and confidence among all parties. Since 2015 GPPAC launched the Ulaanbaatar Process, which aims to create peace and stability in the region through the promotion of civil society dialogue.
Following two successful rounds of meetings in 2015 and 2016, a community is now being launched to share information and resources in relation to the Ulaanbaatar Process. This community gathers key information regarding participants, outcomes and future plans of the dialogue.
Two years ago, the UN adopted its 2030 Agenda, including 17 ambitious Sustainable Development Goals. This and next week the world discusses SDG progress in New York City. Senior Cordaid Strategist Peter van Sluijs, who will attend the talks in New York, comes with a clear message. "Without the meaningful participation of civil society, the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda are bound to fail."
October 11-13, 2017. The Annual Conference will provide a platform for peacebuilders to explore both the challenges and the bright spots facing our field, and develop new solutions for the future. The event serves as a dynamic space for professionals in peacebuilding, the broader peace and security field, to network with each other.
Fervently believing in the efficacy of promoting education as the key to empowering our nation (Afghanistan) to break the cycle of violence, respect universal values of human rights, foster socio-economic development and sustain civil society in Afghanistan, Dr. Sima Samar founded the non-profit and non governmental organization. Gawharshad Institute of Higher Education (GIHE) was founded in 2010 and especially focuses on providing greater opportunity for women, less economically advantaged and marginalized students through tuition subsidies and scholarships.
Blog sharing the work around the rights of Indigenous and campesino communities in the context of unconsulted "development" projects in their ancestral territories.
The project "Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding", or WOSCAP aims at enhancing the capabilities of the EU for implementing conflict prevention and peacebuilding interventions through sustainable, comprehensive and innovative civilian means. You can visit the project website at www.woscap.eu