We strive to include the needs, perspectives, and expertise of local peacebuilders from diverse societal backgrounds with a specific focus on women...
Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict
We aim to magnify locally-led peacebuilding action to truly advance sustaining peace
We intend to apply and promote a conflict-sensitive and peacebuilding approach to climate-related risks and other emerging threats.
Local peacebuilders and experts from the GPPAC network share their experience and expertise to strengthen our peacebuilding practices around the world...
- 24 April 2021
Today, we have decided to set aside all the challenges, barriers and setbacks to our work in conflict prevention and peacebuilding. Instead, we want...
- 22 April 2021
22 April 2021 is an important day for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Today, the Escazú Agreement – a regional framework that tackles climate...
- 23 March 2021
2020 marked a milestone for the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda. The year was not only characterized by the 20th anniversary of the UN Security...
- 17 March 2021
Peacebuilding in the Era of Climate Change: Local, National, and Regional Collaboration in the Pacific
The risks posed by climate change are real. Whilst it is rarely the primary cause of conflict, it can act as a risk-multiplier, exacerbating existing...
Impact of armed conflict worldwide
- 70.8 million refugees and displaced
people in 2018
- $ 14.1 trillion global economic impact
- 165 violent conflicts
- 77392 conflict related
We prevent conflict
in 15 regions around the globe
GPPAC is a global network of locals. We all share the same goal: to prevent violent conflict and build more peaceful societies everywhere.
What we offer
To our members and partners worldwide.
For more information on our programs,
please contact us.
GPPAC is a global network of locals: We connect for peace!
We believe that conflict prevention is possible if we work together!
Globally, we bring together experts on many different themes.
We improve practice through learning exchanges on conflict prevention!