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Members of the Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum team traveled to Geneva for the 4th annual CPPF-DPA MENA Resident Coordinators’ Forum. The two-day, closed-door CPPF workshop convened 13 UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinators, various UN agencies, experts from academia, and key stakeholders from the region to examine cross-cutting challenges facing the Middle East and North Africa.
Understanding Violent Conflict Director, Dr. Tatiana Carayannis, participated in the annual meeting of the Governance-In-Conflict (GIC) Network hosted at Ghent University in Belgium.
The Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum co-sponsored the event “Beyond 2019: The Future of Drug Policies, and the Lessons Learned” with the International Peace Institute (IPI) and the International Drug Policy Consortium. The panel sought to assess progress against the objectives set forth in the 2009 Political Declaration and Plan of Action.
EVENT | “The Will of the People,” a workshop on understanding popular sovereignty in contemporary context, with the Institute for Futures Studies and Columbia World Projects