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News updates from GPPAC NEA

People-Participated Public Diplomacy International Seminar on Women, Peace and Security

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

“Northeast Asia Peace and Cooperation” Session at International Peace Bureau World Peace Congress, Oct 17

GPPAC Northeast Asia is excited to join the International Peace Bureau World Peace Congress 2021, held in a hybrid form both in Barcelona and online from October 15-17, 2021. The Congress featured diverse discussions around bringing a peace perspective into confronting the global challenges of our time. A session coordinated by GPPAC Northeast Asia members… Continue reading “Northeast Asia Peace and Cooperation” Session at International Peace Bureau World Peace Congress, Oct 17

Korea Global Forum for Peace Education (KGFP): September 14-15

We are looking forward to joining the Korea Global Forum for Peace Education (KGFP) in September on the theme, “Peace Education in Divided Societies.” In 2021, countries worldwide are faced with turmoil from pandemics, conflicts, violence, and discrimination. Especially in divided societies, including the Korean peninsula, the current situation seems even more challenging despite various… Continue reading Korea Global Forum for Peace Education (KGFP): September 14-15

Korea Global Forum for Peace 2021

GPPAC Northeast Asia members participated in the Korea Global Forum for Peace (KGFP), an annual track 1.5 multilateral forum hosted by the Ministry of Unification of the Republic of Korea to discuss peace and unification of the Korean Peninsula. GPPAC members from Seoul, Ulaanbaatar and Tokyo presenting in different sessions throughout the three days, August… Continue reading Korea Global Forum for Peace 2021

Online NARPI! Workshop – Dialogue on the COVID-19 Pandemic, Sept 11

It’s time to register for the second Online NARPI! (ON!) workshop – Dialogue on the COVID-19 Pandemic: Walking Towards Peace and Justice Together.Hosted by the Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (NARPI). Register here! There is no fee to join.https://ko.surveymonkey.com/r/LPFJBCV This workshop is for anyone who would like to explore the pandemic from a peace and… Continue reading Online NARPI! Workshop – Dialogue on the COVID-19 Pandemic, Sept 11

Text saying "Right Now, it is time to talk about cooperation and peace" on a navy background with two hands shaking

Together, Peace is always Possible

It’s time to talk about cooperation & peace: we were glad to join the International Conference on Peace and Development on the Korean Peninsula recently, organised by the Korean Sharing Movement and other partners, bringing together actors in the humanitarian and peacebuilding sectors. Watch the video for some highlights or read the recap here!

Maritime State University & GPPAC Northeast Asia Roundtable on the Korean Peninsula

GPPAC Northeast Asia members and friends gathered online today to discuss recent developments on the Korean Peninsula, including the economic and social impacts of COVID19 and sanctions, the current status of inter-Korean communications and Moon Jae-in’s policy in the last months of his presidency. Thank you to resource persons Lim Eul-Chul (ICNK Center, Institute for… Continue reading Maritime State University & GPPAC Northeast Asia Roundtable on the Korean Peninsula

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