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{French} GPPAC consists of hundreds of civil society organisations from around the world and what unites them all is a dedication to conflict prevention and peacebuilding. Beyond that, GPPAC's network members have many different approaches and priorities. The network's work must be guided by a strategic plan providing a framework under which all GPPAC activities fit, but which leaves enough room for members' own perspectives and choices. To ensure this, GPPAC embarked on a strategic planning process for the 2016-2020 period that was as inclusive and participatory as possible, inviting all members to give their input individually through surveys and collectively as regional networks. In the strategic plan 2016-2020, GPPAC adopted a framework with three core strategies.


{French} GPPAC seeks a world where violence and armed conflicts are prevented  and resolved by peaceful means based on justice, gender equity, sustainable development and human security for all.

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{French} GPPAC is a global network that links civil society with relevant local, national, regional and international actors and institutions to collectively contribute to a fundamental change in dealing with violence and armed conflicts: a shift from reaction to prevention.

Theory of Change CSPPS

Theory of Change

If we shape and influence global and national structures and processes to address sources of destructive conflict and to build resilience, then countries and their citizens will be less likely to resort to violent conflict because they will have means to manage their grievances and build the quality of their lives.



  1. Strengthening and broadening civil society engagement and inclusion in peacebuilding, statebuilding and crisis prevention
  2. Influencing prevention, peacebuilding, statebuilding and development policies at all levels
  3. Shaping and infusing the IDPS, the SDGs and humanitarian processes with peacebuilding values


How the Platform Works

The Platform is made of a Core Group, an Executive Committee and a Secretariat. The CSPPS Secretariat coordinates and supports civil society participation in the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (IDPS).

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