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Geneva Peace Week 2014

Events

The first Geneva Peace Week will be held from 17 to 21 November 2014 under the patronage of the United Nations Office at Geneva and the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform. By synchronizing meetings on different topics related to the promotion of peace during one week, Geneva Peace Week will maximize synergies between organizations in Geneva, focused on the cross-cutting nature of peace.  The public events of Geneva Peace Week include:

 

Monday, 17 November

  • Intelligence Squared Debate, organized by Interpeace on the occasion of its 20th Anniversary (17:30-19:00, MdP, Auditorium Ivan Pictet)

 

Tuesday, 18 November

  • Peacebuilding: Critical Concepts in Political Science, book launch organized by the UN Library and the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform (12.30-14.00, Palais des Nations, UN Library)

 

Wednesday, 19 November

  • Broadening Participation in Peace Processes: Does it Contribute to Sustainable Peace? organized by Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, the Graduate Institute’s Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) and the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform (12.30-14.00, MdP, Auditorium Ivan Pictet)

  • Global Gangs: Understanding the Evolution and Organization of Street Gangs around the World, book launch organized by the Graduate Institute’s Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP) (17.30-19.00, MdP, Auditorium Ivan Pictet)

 

Thursday, 20 November

  • Maison de la Paix: An Opportunity for Peace and International Geneva, organized by  Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) (9.00-11.30, MdP)

  • Israel and Hamas: Summer of 2014 War, Graduate Institute lunch-time conference by Prof. Riccardo Bocco, The Graduate Institute (12.30-13.30, MdP, lecture theatre A2)

  • The Promotion of Peace: The Role of the United Nations System in Geneva, Organized by the UNOG and Permanent Mission of Costa Rica (16.00-17.00, Palais des Nations)

 

Friday, 21 November

  • Annual Meeting of the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform: What Future for Peacebuilding? Needs, Policy, Action (8.30-17.00, MdP, Auditorium Ivan Pictet).

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