The Geneva Peacebuilding Platform's Activity Report for 2022 reflects a pivotal year marked by a resurgence of optimism and connection following the unprecedented global challenges of the previous two years. With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, there was a renewed enthusiasm for comprehensive knowledge sharing and in-person engagements. In response to this evolving landscape, the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform implemented core changes in the first half of the year to adapt and thrive in the new environment.

The report highlights the platform's focus on three main themes and corresponding sub-projects, emphasizing its commitment to addressing the pressing issues of peacebuilding. Notable activities include the Geneva Peace Week 2022, featuring key figures and impactful events that contributed to the overarching goals of the platform. The report also outlines specific initiatives under each theme, such as the Convening and Incubation efforts, the Annual Retreat, and the Geneva Peace Talks Initiative. Additionally, the platform's commitment to community management is evident through its engagement in informal communications communities, the evolution of the Geneva Dialogue on Environment, Climate, Conflict, and Peace, and the institutionalization of a community management strategy. A particular highlight is the effort to deliver a White Paper on the Future of Environmental Peacebuilding, showcasing the platform's dedication to advancing impactful research and discourse in the field. Overall, the report captures a dynamic year of growth, adaptability, and impactful contributions to the broader peacebuilding landscape.

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