Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict - Draft of the Global Action Agenda

TitleGlobal Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict - Draft of the Global Action Agenda
Publication TypeBook
Subtitle / Series TitleFirst draft can be commented - Deadline for Contributions: 15. May 2005
Year of Publication2005
AuthorsN.N.
PublisherGlobal Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC)
Accession Number519
Abstract

We would like to invite you to comment on this first draft of the Global Action Agenda, and to help make it as strong as possible. We would also like to ask that you indicate your top priorities, for input into a list of ten key recommendations that will serve as a summary of the Global Action Agenda.How to comment? Preferred option: you can comment on the Global Action Agenda on the discussion board on the website of the Global Partnership, www.gppac.net, by following three steps:
1.Follow the link http://www.gppac.org/index.phpid=213&redirect=page.php?id=907
2. Log in with - Username: action - Password: agenda2005 You will be automatically redirected to the Global Action Agenda discussion board.
3. Post comments by chapter, indicating your name / organisation at the beginning of each message.
You can also send your comments by email to g.bierbrauwer [at] conflict-prevention.net and cathbarnes [at] gn.apc.org.
Important: If you have comments on a specific issue, please indicate which issue that is. If you have comments on, for example "Cultures of Peace", please indicate: "Chapter IV, paragraph 32, rec. B: Peace education", followed by your comment. A Drafting Task Force of the Global Partnership will consider all comments and produce a second draft by the end of May. We hope that your organisation will be willing to endorse this second draft. The final version, including a list of endorsing organisations, will be presented to the UN Secretary-General at the opening session of the Global Conference "From Reaction to Prevention: Civil Society Forging Partnerships to Prevent Conflict and Build Peace".Sincerely, on behalf of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict,Paul van Tongeren

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