CPCS hosted the 9 th Peace Practitioners Research Conference visually in November 2020. This engaging discussion reflects a deep shift in how mediation and peacebuilding can be understood. We have asked
seven world-renowned peace leaders, Julia Roig, Meredith Preston McGhie, Christine Ahn, Shadia Marhaban, and Neha Sanghrajka, at the forefront of 21st-century mediation and peacebuilding to share their experiences and lessons learned to help answer these questions.
Voices of People Living in Conflict
CPCS hosted our 6th Annual Peace Practitioners Research Conference in November 2017. The conference was attended by more than 200 people, including community leaders, peace practitioners and scholars from around the world.
CPCS hosted our 5th annual Peace Practitioners Research Conference, with this year’s theme of Revisiting Reconciliation: Making It Real.
The conference featured a range of speeches and panel presentations to explore further regional perspectives on reconciliation, and how such perspectives are translated into specific approaches to reconciliation and healing.
The 2015 Peace Practitioners Research Conference (PPRC) brought together more than 120 peace scholars and practitioners to critically reflect on lessons learned in the areas of mediation, negotiation and dialogue from current peace processes in the Asia region.
The third annual Peace Practitioner’s Research Conference (PPRC) was held December 5 – 7, 2014 in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Featuring a key note address by Executive Director of the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP) Emmanuel Bombande, the conference’s theme was ‘peace infrastructures’, focusing on the importance of institutional structures that can foster cooperation between stakeholders to prevent conflict and promote and maintain peace.
CPCS hosted the second Peace Practitioners’ Research Conference (PPRC) in Siem Reap, Cambodia over December 6-8 2013, focusing on the transformation of identity-based conflict in Asia
The conference brought together 40 Asian peace practitioners and scholars from various countries such as Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, India and Pakistan.
In December 2012, CPCS hosted the first regional Peace Practitioners’ Research Conference (PPRC).
The conference convened 60 participants from more than 20 different countries in Asia. Thirty Action Research papers were presented and discussed over two-and-a-half days on a broad range of topics, such as the role of media and IT in peacebuilding or how land and environmental issues are closely linked to peace and conflict.