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GPW24 Applications are now open!
10Apr

GPW24 Applications are now open!

The Geneva Peace Week (GPW) consortium is excited to announce the opening of the call for applications for GPW24. Organisations working on peacebuilding issues are invited to submit their proposals until Friday 24 May 2024. This year, GPW aims to curate a diverse program comprising around 40 events, among 24 events, including 12 panels and 12 workshops, are open for a call for applications. Prospective organisations are encouraged to align their proposals with one of the identified keywords reflecting the thematic direction of GPW24.

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Fostering Dialogue: Dr Annyssa Bellal Moderates 3 Prominent Peacebuilding Events
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27Mar

Fostering Dialogue: Dr Annyssa Bellal Moderates 3 Prominent Peacebuilding Events

The Geneva Peacebuilding Platform (GPP) actively fosters dialogue and collaboration through engaging in prominent peacebuilding events. Led by Executive Director Dr. Annyssa Bellal, the GPP moderated discussions addressing displacement forecasts, the Gaza War's regional implications, and upcoming peace initiatives in West Africa, highlighting the importance of inclusive efforts in conflict resolution. 

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Our 2023 Activity Report is out!
27Mar

Our 2023 Activity Report is out!

The Geneva Peacebuilding Platform is proud to release its 2023 Activity Report.

Among the highlights of the past year was the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Geneva Peace Week, a seminal event that brought together over 5500 participants and hosted 61 thought-provoking events. This milestone celebration underscored the platform's commitment to dialogue, collaboration, and innovation in the pursuit of sustainable peace.

 

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The GPW23 Report is out!
29Feb

The GPW23 Report is out!

With a staggering total of 61 events ranging from ceremonies to high-level panels, policy briefings, workshops, art exhibitions, and social gatherings, Geneva Peace Week 2023 was a testament to the power of collaboration and dialogue. A remarkable 167 partners, comprising 149 organizers and 18 institutional partners, joined forces to make this forum a resounding success. With 221 experts contributing their insights, the week-long event attracted an impressive 5,500 attendees, representing 155 countries.

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Annika Erickson Pearson Drives Collaboration and Innovation in Nairobi
26Feb

Annika Erickson Pearson Drives Collaboration and Innovation in Nairobi

Geneva Peacebuilding Platform's Community Management Lead, Annika Erickson Pearson, recently made a significant impact during her visit to Nairobi where she represented the organization in a series of engaging activities. Annika's mission included meetings with several ECCP members based in Kenya and neighboring countries, fostering collaboration and dialogue among peacebuilding enthusiasts in the region. 

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