Announcement: Stabilization and Peacebuilding Community of Practice
On June 16, the Stabilization and Peacebuilding Community of Practice (SP-CoP) and the International Network on Conflict and Fragility, will conduct a six-week e-Discussion on the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) new report: Supporting Statebuilding in Situations of Conflict and Fragility. E-Discussion participants from the peacebuilding community will discuss how best to apply the concepts and recommendations of the OECD report to their work.
For more information or to join the discussion, visit the SP-CoP website.
The Stabilization and Peacebuilding Community of Practice (SP-CoP) is a professional community whose members seek to share information, experience, and facilitate international cooperation. The United States participates in the network that runs the SP-CoP: the International Stabilization and Peacebuilding Initiative (ISPI), an informal network of governments, multilateral, and international partners aimed at enhancing civilian peacebuilding capacity globally and increasing interoperability among these international actors.