With whom we work

CPCS works with a diverse range of key stakeholders in our peace process support initiatives – from local civil society organisations to government institutions and key officials, to non-state actors. As a respected and independent party, we seek to provide these groups with the necessary support to ensure the progression of peace processes throughout the region.

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Non-state actors

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Democracy leaders & civil society

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Governments

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