Joint Action for Prevention Civil Society and Government Cooperation on Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding

2007. Author: GPPAC

This paper examines the opportunities and challenges for cooperation between governments and civil society working on conflict and peace issues. The paper presents a series of case studies organized under three thematic areas: policy development and legislative processes; civilian crisis response violence prevention and peacebuilding; and national infrastructure for responding to conflict. Cooperation with the UN, humanitarian advocacy campaigns, multistakeholder partnerships, and funding relations are also highlighted. The paper concludes with reflections on the various case studies and present suggestions related to the future of peacebuilding and conflict prevention.

  • Kenya , Ghana , Kyrgyzstan , Nepal , Germany
  • Africa , Asia Pacific , Europe and CIS
  • Conflict Prevention , Infrastructures for Peace
  • Research/Lessons Learned

Download (select language)