31 OCTOBER - 4 NOVEMBER 2022
Call for Applications Launching Soon (May 2022)
Join us this 31 October - 4 November for Geneva Peace Week 2022! We welcome you to save the date and to stay tuned for the Call for Applications.
The Call for Applications will launch in early May on our website, and will provide all the necessary information for organizations who would like to apply.
GPW21 took place from 1-5 November 2021 and featured 29 Online Workshops and 32 Digital Series Contributions.
To find out about the key thematic discussions that emerged from the week, please click below:
Thematic Track Reports
GPW21 Evaluation Report
The Evaluation Report provides key data about GPW21, including highlights of programmatic successes and innovations, constructive feedback and learning from post-event surveys, and a debriefing process. To read the evaluation report, click here.
Geneva Peace Week 2021 features a dynamic lineup of Online Workshops for all attendees to join, from 1-5 November. The Online Workshops will be practitioner-led, including inputs from speakers who are working on the relevant topics. The Workshops have also been designed to be interactive, with the aim of offering attendees the opportunity to exchange and share knowledge, good practice, and peacebuilding skills to apply in their daily work. This year, our Workshops will take place on Zoom, and attendees must register in advance to attend.
Please click below, to view the full list of Online Workshops for GPW21, and please follow the steps below to make sure you're set up correctly to join online workshops:
Conversations from Geneva Peace Week are leaving Geneva this year and coming straight to you, wherever you consume your videos, podcasts, and media. Particularly as COVID-19 introduces the necessity of new modes of work and learning around the globe, people interact with new kinds of media and educational methods. We’ve asked our partner organizers to develop their peacebuilding expertise, research, and stories into digital formats (videos, podcasts, and other media) so that they can contribute to the frontline work of peace long beyond Geneva Peace Week, across geographical, cultural and temporal borders.
Please click below, to view the full content list of Digital Series for GPW21.
Maison de la Paix - Geneva - Switzerland
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Geneva Peace Week is a flagship initiative of the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform in collaboration with the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), and the Platform’s five partners – the Graduate Institute’s Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP); the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF); the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP); Interpeace; and the Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva (QUNO). Geneva Peace Week is also supported by Switzerland.
This year, Geneva Peace Week 2021 is being powered by the Aventri Event Management Technology Platform. Their integrated platform has enabled the development of the GPW registration, app, networking features, website, and more.