Paris Peace Forum 2019

 

Durable Peace: Building Better Peace Processes Through Partnerships

It is essential to rethink the way peace processes are designed and structured. Additionally, it is time to move from peace processes guided by short-term milestones, mechanically leading to negative peace, to long-term solutions that can generate positive peace. Only better ownership of peace processes by civilians in conflict zones and increased diplomatic force from all stakeholders can yield tangible results. How can better funding and the use of new technologies make peace processes more sustainable and effective?

Event Date:

Wednesday, 13 November, 10;00 – 10:45h

Panelists: 

  • Hilde Hardeman, Head, European Commission’s Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI)
  • Scott Weber, President, Interpeace
  • Salman Shaikh Founder and CEO The Shaikh Group (TSG)
  • Reprsentative from World Bank: (Name still TBC)

 

  • Moderator: Jean-Marie Gu√©henno,¬†Senior fellow at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in international affairs; member of the High-level Advisory Board on mediation at the UN; senior advisor of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue