The sixteenth GCCT newsletter

The sixteenth GCCT newsletter

TransConflict is pleased to present the sixteenth Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation (GCCT) newsletter, showcasing the work of the GCCT and its members.

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1) New members of the GCCT

Four new members of the GCCT

TransConflict is pleased to announce four new members of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation from Israel, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Peru and Nigeria, respectively.

2) GCCT Members in Focus

3) GCCT Insight and Analysis

4) GCCT Activities, Advocacy, Research and Requests

On youth, peace and security

In light of UN Resolution 2250, a group of organisations are coming together this summer to invite youth involved in peace, social justice, environmental movements and activism to come together for the Youth Peace Forum: Global Youth Rising (GYR). Read on…

Holding the government of Sri Lanka to its promises

The Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, is launching a new campaign urging the government of Sri Lanka to keep the promise it made to war survivors – and Sri Lanka at large – to address the legacy of the war and to embark on a meaningful process of reconciliation. Read on…

Close criminal case against Valentina Cherevatenko

As representatives of civil society, we are deeply concerned about the attempts by Russian authorities to prosecute Valentina Cherevatenko, one of the most prominent civil society and public figures in Russia. Read on…

Young people’s participation in peacebuilding – a practice note

The UN Inter-Agency Working Group on Youth Participation in Peacebuilding, which UNOY Peacebuilders co-chairs with the UN Peacebuilding Support Office and Search for Common Ground, has just published a Practice Note, titled Young People’s Participation in Peacebuilding in cooperation with the Peace Nexus Foundation. Read on…

Draft UN declaration on the Human Right to Peace

TransConflict is pleased to give its support to the revised draft declaration on the human right to peace, which contains the core contents of the Santiago Declaration on the Human Rights to Peace, adopted in 2010. Read on…

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