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Starting September 9, the Stabilization and Peacebuilding Community of Practice (SP-CoP) will conduct a four-week e-Discussion on diaspora engagement in peacebuilding. E-Discussion participants from the peacebuilding community will share their experiences and insights on the engagement of diaspora in the planning, analysis, design, and/or implementation of peacebuilding programs, activities, or missions.
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.
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