Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC)
GPPAC is a global civil society-led network which seeks to build an international consensus on peacebuilding and the prevention of violent conflict.
This page is for the Northeast Asia network of GPPAC, with its Regional Secretariat hosted by Peace Boat in Tokyo, and focal points and members in Beijing, Hong Kong, Kyoto, Pyongyang, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Tokyo, Ulaanbaatar and Vladivostok.
What we do
GPPAC Northeast Asia works to build partnerships with civil society in this conflicted region, and take joint action on issues including nuclear disarmament, historical recognition and reconciliation, peace education, dialogue on territorial disputes, rising nationalism and militarisation, and the crisis on the Korean Peninsula.
Recent years have proven to be of dramatic historical significance for the Northeast Asian region, and particularly, for the Korean peninsula. For this reason, GPPAC Northeast Asia is focusing on expanding civil society dialogue, as well as a concentrated focus on inclusive capacity building in the region. See more about our flagship initiative, the Ulaanbaatar Process, here.