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As we begin this new year of 2022, the Northeast Asia Regional Secretariat of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), hosted by Peace Boat, expresses our gratitude and solidarity to all of our friends and partners! Click here to see our highlights of 2021 and some words looking toward the new… Continue reading GPPAC NEA Wishes you a Happy and Peaceful 2022
The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) Northeast Asia convened the seventh annual Ulaanbaatar Process meeting on December 9, 2021. Almost 30 participants from throughout the Northeast Asia region, as well as Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States gathered to discuss the current situation in the region, priorities and opportunities for… Continue reading Ulaanbaatar Process 7 – Summary Document
What is the link between Youth, Peace and Security? What is the United Nations Security Council resolution 2250?? What issues do we face in our lives in Northeast Asia in relation to peace and security? How are youth taking action to create a more peaceful community, region and world? And what can you do to… Continue reading Youth, Peace and Security Training in Ulaanbaatar!
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the first meeting of the Seminar on Peace in Asia and the Role of Women (1991-1993), a coalition of 11 Korean women’s groups will hold the 2021 International Seminar on Peace in Asia and the Role of Women on 25 November 2021. GPPAC is honoured to co-sponsor… Continue reading 2021 International Seminar on Peace in Asia and the Role of Women
On November 12 2021, CAMP Int. Peace and Development Center, Women Making Peace will hold the ‘People-Participated Public Diplomacy International Seminar on Women, Peace and Security’ under the theme of ‘UN-Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, Security and Korean-Philippine Women and Civil Society’s Peace Action’. We hope that many people interested in women, peace,… Continue reading People-Participated Public Diplomacy International Seminar on Women, Peace and Security
New Report on Building Peace Locally Amidst a Global Pandemic: Infrastructures for Peace in the Era of COVID-19
Local peacebuilders react and adapt to crises through building their own and utilising existing Infrastructures for Peace (also known as I4Ps). Generally, I4Ps are understood as a dynamic network of skills, capacities, resources, tools and institutions that help build constructive relationships and enhance sustainable resilience of societies against the risks of relapse into violence. Local… Continue reading New Report on Building Peace Locally Amidst a Global Pandemic: Infrastructures for Peace in the Era of COVID-19