Regional and Thematic Consultations
18 June 2020: Gender, Climate and Sustaining Peace in the Pacific [GPPAC]
Virtual expert-level thematic consultation 'Understanding the Inclusive Peace-Development-Humanitarian Nexus: Gender, Climate and Sustaining Peace in the Pacific' was held on 18 June, organized by the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), in partnership with the Shifting the Power Coalition and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
10 June 2020: Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace in Asia-Pacific [Republic of Korea]
10 June 2020: Sustaining Peace in Africa: Local Capacities for Peace [ACCORD]
18 May 2020: Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace in the Americas [GPPAC]
Virtual regional consultation organized by the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), in partnership with the Permanent Missions of Colombia and Peru to the United Nations and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, on ‘Lessons Learned and Strategic Operationalization of Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace in the Americas’.
27 April 2020: Conflict Prevention, Human Rights and Agenda 2030 [EU & EUISS]
23 April 2020: Climate Change and Challenges to Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace [Germany & France]
1&29 April 2020: Peacebuilding and Mental Health and Psycho-Social Support [The Netherlands]
1 March - 30 April 2020: Multi-stakeholder Dialogue on Building Sustainable Peace in Africa [LPI]
A series of consultations (both in person and virtual) focused on the Horn of Africa and Great Lakes region organized by the Life&Peace Institute entitled Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Building Sustainable Peace in Africa: A series of consultations as part of the United Nations 2020 Peacebuilding Architecture Review. In total seven consultations were held in March and April 2020. These included two face-to-face consultations in Mogadishu (Somalia) and Bukavu (Democratic Republict of Congo), four virtual or phone consultations with peacebuilding pracitioners from Ethiopia and the Borderlands areas (Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Sudan) and one virtual consultation with representatives of regional and international organisations. This was an adapted process from the orginally planned multi-stakeholder in-person consultation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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