The Improving Practice Webinar Series
The Improving Practice Webinar Series is a great opportunity to learn from our experts, to hear more about interesting case studies from all over the world and to familiarise yourself with GPPAC tools.
Within GPPAC, one of our core activities is capacity-building. Through these Improving Practice webinars, we aim to improve the way conflict prevention and peacebuilding is done in practice, based on the principles of human security and a multi-stakeholder approach, by developing the capacities of civil society and engaging governmental actors. Our experts from the Improving Practice Working Group, who have years of experience in the field, will share their expertise and lessons learned, to fuel international discussion. This is one of the ways through which GPPAC, as a global network, works to enable regional and global exchanges for cross-regional learning.
Each webinar is tailored by the webinar host, but in general, the webinar consists of a thematic presentation followed by an interactive discussion.
#1 Improving Practice Webinar:
Community Policing through a Human Security Approach
The Improving Practice Webinar Series was officially launched with speakers Jon Rudy, Jessie Guardiola, Lucy Nusseibeh and several Palestine women from the MEND project ‘Women against Violence’! The speakers reflected on community policing and multi-stakeholder processes to foster human security in Palestine and the Americas. They emphasised the importance of trust building in communities and promoting a Human Security mindset and female empowerment.
#2 Improving Practice Webinar:
Women Engagement & Human Security in Georgia
This webinar focuses on the engagement and empowerment of women promoting peace and confidence building in South Caucasus.
#3 Improving Practice Webinar:
Tools for Conflict Analysis, The Onion and Conflict Mapping
Experienced trainers Tatjana Popovic and Elvir Đuliman from Western Balkans, presented how they use Conflict Analysis Tools during their capacity-building trainings on conflict for multi-ethnic groups in the region.