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n Conflict Trends - Draft of the Southern African Action Agenda : Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict : notebook

Volume 2005, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1561-9818

Abstract

The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) was established in response to the challenge of the UN Secretary-General in his report on the Prevention of Armed Conflict to strengthen the role of civil society in preventing violent conflict through active participation and to enhance partnerships between civil society, governments, regional organisations and the UN. In preparation for a GPPAC Global Conference in 2005, a number of regional conferences have taken place around the world to discuss conflict prevention issues and challenges in their specific regions and make recommendations to formulate a Regional Action Agenda that addresses the role of civil society in preventing armed conflict in their region. A Southern African Regional Conference was held in South Africa from 16 to 18 February 2005, resulting in the action agenda which will feed into the all-Africa Agenda and the Global Action Agenda. Conflict Trends decided to publish a draft Action Agenda for the purpose of generating discussion prior to finalising the Action Agenda before the July 2005 meeting.

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