Innovating across institutional and sectorial boundaries
Providing an impartial space for interaction
Connecting Geneva, New York, and the field
Networking peacebuilding resources
Driving dialogues on cutting-edge peacebuilding issues
Advancing new knowledge of peacebuilding contexts

The Geneva Peacebuilding Platform is a joint project of four institutions: The Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP), of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies; the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP); Interpeace; and the Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva (QUNO).

The Geneva Peacebuilding Platform is an inter-agency network that connects the critical mass of peacebuilding actors, resources, and expertise in Geneva and worldwide. Founded in 2008, the Platform has a mandate to facilitate interaction on peacebuilding between different institutions and sectors, and to advance new knowledge and understanding of peacebuilding issues and contexts. It also plays a creative role in building bridges between International Geneva, the United Nations peacebuilding architecture in New York, and peacebuilding activities in the field. The Platform's network comprises more than 3,000 peacebuilding professionals and over 60 institutions working on peacebuilding directly or indirectly. The Platform provides policy-relevant advice and services, ensures the continuous exchange of information through seminars, consultations, and conferences, and facilitates outcome-oriented peacebuilding dialogues in five focus areas.

Voices for peace

"The Geneva Peacebuilding Platform creates a unique space to explore, advocate and support innovative peacebuilding strategies. Locally led peacebuilding efforts and actors in various countries around the world have been given space to be brought to light and endorsed through this platform."

Peacebuilder and Board Member

Envision Zimbabwe Women's Trust

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Connect now to the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform, and link your activities and interests to a global network.

This membership is free of charge and will allow you to receive invitations to public events and other networking activities, including the Annual Meeting.

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