Online consultation call for applications: Civil Society & Inclusive Peace: Movements, Resistance and Persistence
The Civil Society & Inclusive Peace consultations form part of IPTI’s Impact Local Peace project, which convenes reflections around civil society roles and impact in peacebuilding. The consultations feed into discussion materials highlighting key issues and considerations arising from research as well as practice.Read More
Women’s meaningful participation in peacemaking: Modalities and strategies across tracks
This event will bring together leaders working to promote peace for a timely discussion exploring good practices on modalities and strategies to secure women’s meaningful participation in peace processes in the MENA regionRead More
Making Inclusion Work for Peace
Join us on Nov. 6th for the Geneva Peace Week to explore how inclusion can work effectively in practice! The session will draw on experiences of local actors and practitioners to illuminate progress towards designing and implementing inclusive approachesRead More
Expert workshop: Collective Impact in Peacebuilding - What’s New?
This expert workshop will be an interactive reflection on the “nuts and bolts” of getting to collective peacebuilding impact as part of the Geneva Peace Week 2018. Join us on Nov. 6th and register today!READ MORE
Mind the Gap: Can Regional Intergovernmental Organisations Bridge the Policy Gap in Conflict Prevention and Peace-Building?
Focusing on the role of regional inter-governmental organizations (RIGOs) in peacebuilding and conflict prevention, this session aims to bring together examples from around the world as part of the Geneva Peace Week 2018Read More
Peace Negotiations Simulation for "Bâtisseurs de la paix" 2018
IPTI organized a simulation of peace negotiations for 24 students as part of "Bâtisseurs de la paix"WATCH VIDEO
Executive Breakfast - Prevention and Sustaining Peace in Action: What role for International Geneva?
This executive breakfast explored International Geneva’s specific added value in implementing and operationalizing the sustaining peace agendaRead More
We are not there yet: Women’s participation in conflict prevention
Dr. Thania Paffenholz took 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.Read More
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 actorsREAD MORE
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.READ MORE
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.READ MORE
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 mediatorsRead More
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?"Read More
Training on Inclusivity and Legitimacy for the GCSP's Leadership Course
Dana Landau and Suzanne van Hooff gave a training session on Legitimacy & Inclusivity for the GCSP's Leadership in International Security Course.Read More
Preventing Violence and Sustaining Peace: Lessons & Implications for Kenya
This event took place in Nairobi and explored what can be learned from other experiences to tackle election-related violence in Kenya.Read More