Building Sustainable Peace: How Inclusivity, Partnerships And A Reinforced UN Peacebuilding Architecture Will Support Delivery


Given the on-going developments in the peacebuilding and prevention fields, this joint report by GPPAC and QUNO serves as a contribution to: increase practical understanding of what sustaining peace means; assess the progress and remaining challenges facing peacebuilding practice; and articulate recommendations for the way forward. The report presents the main areas explored during the research, namely: 1) the normative, political and operational impact of sustaining peace thus far; 2) analysis on the work of the PBC to uphold its convening, advisory and bridging responsibilities within this changing UN environment; 3) UN and Member States’ understanding of and processes to build strategic and operational partnerships with civil society; and 4) the importance and impact of inclusive approaches to sustaining peace. 

Download the report below, or read the original by the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) and The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) here