This year, the final day of Geneva Peace Week, 6 November, will be devoted entirely to topics in environmental peacebuilding, including the prominent amplification of voices of peacebuilders around the world. The day consists of a series of sessions, conversations, and trainings, culminating in a Closing Ceremony devoted to impact and policy. Other subtopics include the role of conservation in environmental peacebuilding to the development of digital technology and early warning systems in climate risk assessment and security frameworks. View the event homepage, linked above, to learn more.
The Digital Series thematic track "Environment, climate, conflict and peacebuilding" will be available to access on this page and the Geneva Peace Week app during and after GPW20. To interact with the content producers through the Geneva Peace Week mobile app, you must register by clicking on the ‘Register Here’ button below.
Video: 'More Space & Love 4SDGs' by SOS4Love Project: A Series of Episodes featuring Astronauts, Space Scientists & Theoretical Physicists, Inspiring Teachers to Organise Planetary Solutions for UN SDGs from their Classrooms, Looking at the STARS! 3Dlexia Cosmos NGO
Video: “A legal framework for environmental peacebuilding” by The Conflict and Environment Observatory
Story with Photos: “In eastern Ukraine, families thirst for peace” by UNICEF, Geneva Water Hub
Infographic: “Infographic on relevant podcasts on the topic of ‘climate risk management and peacebuilding’” by UNDP and ODI
This year's Live Sessions will all take place online (virtually). Attendees can engage in panel discussions and workshops that have been prepared by our partner organizers. To participate in live sessions under the "Environment, climate, conflict and peacebuilding" thematic track, you must register to attend. Head over to the ‘Live Sessions Agenda’ where you can filter sessions for this thematic track, and confirm your registration by clicking on the ‘Register Here’ button on that page.