Perspectives on Pathways for Peace
How can bilateral and multilateral actors work better together: Operational Perspectives on World Bank-UN Report on Pathways for Peace
On 6th March 2018 the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (IDPS) will organize a High-Level Session as part of the World Bank Fragility Forum 2018. This High-Level Session titled ‘Prevention of Violent Conflict: How Can Bilateral and Multilateral Actors Work Better Together’ targets policy makers and practitioners from governments, civil society, international organizations, countries providing development assistance (OECD-DAC/INCAF) and countries-affected by conflict and fragility (g7+).
The Session will be a moderated discussion during which panel members will be asked to provide their perspectives on the recommendations of the World Bank-UN Pathways for Peace Study, reflecting on the challenges of their operationalization and drawing on their experiences of implementing the New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States. Mr. Guy Aho Tete Benissan, Chair of the CSPPS Executive Committee is among the panelists; he will share practice-based perspectives and conflict prevention experiences from civil society.
H.E. Ms. Deqa Yasin, Minister of Women and Human Rights Development, Government of Somalia
Mr. Joran Bjällerstedt, Ambassador and Senior Representative of the Co-chair of the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Mr. Guy Aho Tete Benissan, Chair of the CSPPS Executive Committee and Regional Coordinator of Réseau des Plates-Formes d'ONG d'Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre (REPAOC)
Mr. Franck Bousquet, Senior Director, Fragility, Conflict and Violence, World Bank
Mr. Pedro Conceição, Director, Strategic Policy, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, UNDP New York
Ms. Sarah Cliffe, Director, Center on International Cooperation (CIC) – Moderator
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