Pathways to Inclusive Conflict Prevention. From a Research & Practice Perspective.

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Conflict prevention has become a major item on the international agenda. From the times of Kofi Annan’s pledge to move "from a culture of reaction to a culture of prevention" to the three priorities of the new UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres – "prevention, prevention and prevention." The crucial challenge today is how to shift from conceptualisation of conflict prevention to practical implementation.

GPPAC and Utrecht University are organising a panel discussion to reflect on challenges and pathways to inclusive conflict prevention with researchers, international civil society practitioners and policy makers. The discussion will draw on their knowledge and experiences, as well as on findings from the research of the Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding(WOSCAP) project.

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