Inclusivity-Based Community of Practice
The Network’s primary mechanism of advancing its inclusive efforts within peacemaking and broader peacebuilding processes is through its Inclusivity-Based Community of Practice (CoP). The Inclusivity-Based Community of Practice offers a space and opportunity for both Network members and non-members who are experts in the Women, Peace and Security and Youth, Peace and Security spaces, to build and cultivate learning, relationships and partnerships. The current silos that exist at the global level between faith-based actors and organizations and secular actors and organizations working to advance gender equality and youth leadership and participation is hindering policy and advocacy efforts. Learning about and acknowledging shared challenges, showcasing examples of best practices, and strategically constructing a collaborative way forward, is essential to address these complex and multifaceted problems that we face today.
If you are interested in joining the Inclusivity-based Community of Practice, which is set to launch later in 2021, kindly email Jessica Roland at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sub-Sahara Africa Working Group
The Sub-Saharan Africa Working Group (SSA WG) foster collaboration among various international, regional, national and local actors working in Sub-Saharan Africa with the shared goal of increasing the active collaboration between religious and traditional actors and other key stakeholders in peacebuilding, mediation and conflict transformation. The Sub-Saharan Africa Working Group advances communication, networking, advocacy, planning and knowledge exchange and can serve as the catalyst for joint activities and the ﬁnancing of effective consortiums.
If you are interested to join the SSA WG, kindly contact Nita Syväoja, email@example.com
Asia Working Group
The Network Asia Working Group (AWG) fosters collaboration among various international, regional, national and local actors working in South and Southeast Asia with the shared goal of increasing the active collaboration between religious and traditional actors and other key stakeholders in peacebuilding, mediation and conflict transformation. The AWG advances communication, networking, advocacy, training, analysis, planning and knowledge exchange and can serve as the catalyst for joint activities and the ﬁnancing of effective consortiums. The AWG has existed as informal structure since 2017 and has for example collaboratively advance inclusion focused actions in the region. AWG meets currently twice a year and publishes monthly newsletter highlighting region specific activities by consortium projects and Network members.
If you are interested to join the AWG and/or receive Asia Newsletter updates, kindly contact Susanna Leppäkorpi, Susanna.Leppakorpi@kua.fi
Europe and MENA Working Group
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