Doing good? Herausforderungen für die NGOs in der Friedensförderung



Im Juli 2005 trafen sich Hunderte von Nichtregierungsorganisationen der Friedensförderung aus dem Norden und Süden im UN-Hauptsitz in New York in einer „Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict“ (GPPAC)2, um konkrete Strategien und die Implementierung einer „Global Action Agenda for the Prevention of Armed Conflict“3 zu diskutieren - ein reales internationales Szenario, das noch vor zehn Jahren unvorstellbar gewesen wäre.


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