The Civil Society Platform for Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (CSPPS) 2015 Annual Report highlights the CSPPS work towards peaceful and inclusive societies in 2015. Namely in advocacy for sustainable peace; safeguarding inclusivity and supporting the role of Civil Society in peacebuilding and statebuilding in conflict-affected states. In the Annual Report you will also find relevant updates on CSPPS governance and membership as well as on communications and outreach efforts. [Also available in: Fr ]
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The 2017 g7+ newsletter captures g7+ advocacy activities around their main thematic work ‘Sustaining peace, access to justice and conflict prevention’.
Developed by the g7+, F2F cooperation describes the support that g7+ member States provide to each other as they transition from fragility and conflict to peace and stability. This publication aims to provide an overview of Fragile-to-Fragile Cooperation principles and experiences and to capture achievements to date of several g7+ countries including Central African Republic, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Sierra Leone and South Sudan.
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This project aims to ensure the meaningful inclusion, participation and contribution of national and local CSOs during government-led SDG consultation and validation processes in five selected countries - Côte d'Ivoire, Central African Republic, Chad, Sierra Leone and Timor-Leste - going for a Voluntary National Review (VNR) in 2019. CSPPS is joining forces with the TAP Network (and a range of other partners) to implement this project ahead of the High-Level Political Forum taking place in New York in July 2019. This Communication Update gives you an overview snapshot of where things stand today regarding the project in all five selected countries. A next updated version of this document will be shared in due course.
The High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) presents an ideal opportunity to launch the IDPS 2019-21 Peace Vision, given its focus on reviewing progress on SDG 16 on achieving peaceful, just and inclusive societies, in addition to SDG 8 on sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth and employment, SDG 10 on reducing inequality within countries and SDG 17 on strengthening global partnerships to support and achieve the 2030 Agenda. All of these SDGs are directly relevant to the IDPS’ thematic priorities and approach. [Also available in: Fr ]
The second IDPS Bulletin of 2019 is now available. This edition highlights events such as the Steering Group meeting held in Lisbon together with the ministerial launch of the Peace Vision at the Canadian Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York. Also included are various publications and details of forthcoming events.
An introductory paper entitled "Ready to Engage?" has just been published by CSPPS, Oxfam Novib and SOMO. This paper is an introduction to the role of the private sector in fragile and conflict-affected settings, as well as practical guidance on what civil society’s engagement with the private sector might look like.
The co-chairs of the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding issued a statement on behalf of the IDPS.