Venue: Palais des Nations, Room XI
Prevention of violent conflict can only be realized through inclusive, participatory peace efforts, underpinned by local ownership of those affected by conflict.
The session will highlight the role of parliament in preventing conflict as an inclusive forum for dialogue to reach political compromise, and the work of the Conflict Analysis Network (CAN), which promotes innovative tools, such as Good Enough Context Analysis for Rapid Response (GECARR). It will also consider executive education and community skills facilitating collaboration in support of peace and security.
Partners: United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA); International Parliamentary Union (IPU); Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP); Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP)
Please note, anyone without a valid UNOG grounds pass must register via the UNOG registration system (INDICO), in ADDITION TO registering to attend the event, at Eventbrite. They will then receive a single badge valid from 7 to 9 November 2018 and will be able to attend all events of Geneva Peace Week 2018 without further additional registration.
The link to UNOG registration is:
About Geneva Peace Week 2018
Geneva Peace Week 2018 emphasizes the imperative of finding peaceful solutions to the growing risks of violent conflict, building on lessons from history and the needs for future peacebuilding practice. DCAF is co-organizing six events during Geneva Peace Week 2018 with a range of partner organizations drawn from International Geneva.