Policy round-table: The EU’s Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Interventions in Georgia
The Policy Recommendations focus on three priority areas for peace-building that were identified in the course of the Case study on Georgia and addresses particular recommendations relevant to to Georgian civil society, the Government of Georgia, the EU, international stakeholders and donors active in the country. The Policy Recommendations focus on three ongoing EU interventions identified as the most relevant, significant and substantial interventions in this field. The three interventions are the European Union Monitoring Mission (EUMM), the Geneva International Discussions (GID), and the joint EU-UNDP programme Confidence Building Early Response Mechanism (COBERM).
- Increasing Human Security in Conflict-Affected Areas
- Widening the Spectrum of Negotiations, Dialogue and Discussions among the Conflicting Parties
- Increasing People-to-People Contacts
- Strengthening Equal and Balanced Participation for Multi-stakeholder coherence
- Adjustment of Legislation, Strategies and Policies for broader ownership
- Engaging Women and Youth in Peace-Building
- Engaging more ICT for Peace-Building
Georg Frerks on peacebuilding of the EU in the case of Sri Lanka.
Gert Kampman on the on-the-ground cooperation between the EU partners in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
Ben Moore on the contribution of civil society for EU peacebuilding & conflict prevention
Reflections on the project "Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding"
Ben Moore on the role of civil society in improving EU peacebuilding worldwide
A Reflection on WOSCAP in Mali
USJPB reflects on the Mali Peace Agreement (Moussa Djire)
Reflections on the EU's SSR, Multi-track diplomacy & military training interventions in Mali