Inclusive Peace & Transition Initiative
Events

Featured event

18 April 2018
THE HAGUE
09:30 – 12:30 CEST We are not there yet: Women’s participation in conflict prevention

Dr. Thania Paffenholz will take part in a discussion on women's participation in peacebuilding and conflict prevention, organized by GPPAC and the Knowledge Platform Security and Rule of Law.

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Past events

18 April 2018 THE HAGUE
09:30 – 12:30 CEST

We are not there yet: Women’s participation in conflict prevention

Dr. Thania Paffenholz will take part in a discussion on women's participation in peacebuilding and conflict prevention, organized by GPPAC and the Knowledge Platform Security and Rule of Law.

REGISTER
11 April 2018 GENEVA
11:30 AM -13 PM

The Evolution of Diplomacy: The Case for Inclusivity

This panel, moderated by IPTI Deputy Director and organized by the Junior Diplomat Initiative as part of the 2018 Youth Dialogue, explored how diplomacy has evolved from a primarily state-led effort to an increasingly inclusive network of diverse actors

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11 April 2018 GENEVA
2:15 - 4 PM

What's at Stake in a National Dialogue?

This workshop simulated the process design for a National Dialogue to better understand the factors and circumstances that govern whether they reach sustainable outcomes. 

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09 April 2018 Geneva
2-5 PM

Putting Into Action the UN-WB Report Pathways for Peace

A public discussion and "fishbowl" event on 9 April in Geneva co-organized by IPTI, DCAF and the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform, in collaboration with UNDPA, UNDP, and the World Bank Group.

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22 March 2018 Norway

Conference for a Global Women Mediators Network

Suzanne van Hooff, Thania Paffenholz, and Pauline Eluère took part in a conference bringing together various regional networks of women mediators

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21 March 2018 Germany

The Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development

Eckhard Volkmann, Deputy director of IPTI, participated in the Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development by having a voice at the pannel "Why inclusivity matters?"

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