Geneva Peace Week 2019 Event Application Form
Geneva Peace Week 2019 (GPW19) will focus event submissions in three thematic clusters in addition to an ‘open programme’ for events outside the three clusters. These include:

- Global perspectives on peacebuilding: Much theory and practice of peacebuilding is rooted in the intellectual traditions and historical experiences of Euro-Atlantic societies. This cluster invites events on approaches to preventing and resolving violent conflict and building peace that are rooted in diverse traditions and know-how across the world.

- Building peace in Europe: This cluster examines the peacebuilding frontiers in Europe. It invites events on the peacebuilding implications of ongoing and escalating political and social conflicts on the European continent. Events should focus on how peacebuilding knowledge and practice could address and mitigate the rising tension and polarization in Europe.

- Multilateralism in transition: The state-centric system is experiencing change towards more interaction with other sectors. Trends suggest a greater focus on transnational connections and more interactive modes of working. This cluster invites events on the peacebuilding implications of UN reforms and on the growth of city and corporate diplomacy around peace and conflict issues, chronic urban violence and exclusion, or conflict dynamics in cyber space.

- Open programme: Event submissions that do not fall within the three focus clusters may be part of an open programme.

GPW19 especially welcomes speakers from different sectors or regions, and local-level actors, women and youth.

For more details on the application criteria, see: http://www.genevapeaceweek.ch/node/459

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE 14 JUNE 2019. SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY MID-JULY 2019.

1. Proposed event title:
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2. Proposed event description (up to 200 words):
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3. Preferred event date:
4. Please describe the overall goal and the specific objectives of the event (up to 200 words).
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5. How does your proposed event add value to at least one of the three GPW19 thematic clusters or to the open programme? (up to 200 words)
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6. Please list the good practices and innovations that will be shared during the event (up to 200 words).
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7. Name (Title, First and Last Name), institution, email address, and location of first proposed speaker/presenter:
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8. Name (Title, First and Last Name), institution, email address, and location of second proposed speaker/presenter:
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9. Name (Title, First and Last Name), institution, email address, and location of third proposed speaker/presenter:
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10. Please describe the event design, noting that preference will be given to dynamic event formats that foster interaction, creative exchange and participation from the audience. Please note that proposed formats should consider the maximum time allocation of 75 minutes per event (up to 200 words).
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11. Name (Title, First and Last Name), institution, email address, and location of main event organizer:
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12. Events should be organized by at least two actors, each representing a different institution, one of which is based in Geneva. Please list the event co-organizers and provide their email addresses.
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13. Name and email address of the individuals responsible for communications for your event (from your organization and from the event co-organizing organization):
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Please kindly review and check the following boxes to confirm acceptance of the following event organizer responsibilities and commitments:
UNOG, the Graduate Institute, and the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform, as well as its five partner organizations, do not endorse any particular event or speaker during Geneva Peace Week.
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