International engagement to promote sustainable peace and prevent violent conflict have proved not to be effective and the space for collaboration is far from conducive for promoting sustainable peace. Read more about why we do what we do.
Conducive Space for Peace explores how to effectively promote sustainable peace and bring about institutional change in the international system of peacebuilding support. Read more about what we do.
Conducive Space for Peace is an International Peacebuilding organisation based in Denmark. We work in collaborative partnerships as a connecter in facilitating systemic transformation of the International peacebuilding system. Read more about who we are.
Conducive Space for Peace (CSP) and The Alliance for Peacebuilding (AfP) are pleased to invite you to the upcoming roundtable, Seizing the Moment and Pursuing Systems Change for Locally-Led Peacebuilding taking place on Wednesday, June 30th at 16:00-17:30 CET. The world is challenged by some of the highest ever recorded rates of conflict in history and a […]
After 5 years of listening and pondering about the global peacebuilding system and locally-led peacebuilding, we have during the last couple of months finally consolidated our thinking into this report, “A Global System in Flux: Pursuing Systems Change for Locally-Led Peacebuilding”. With violent conflict reaching historic highs, we take the temperature on the societal trends, […]
COVID-19 has had a drastic impact on the way people live, creating an unprecedented reliance on technology as our lives have shifted to the virtual world. Local peacebuilders, who often must rely on vital face-to-face interactions, therefore faced a unique challenge at the start of the pandemic. In April 2020, Shift Power for Peace – a […]
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In an effort to expand the community of likeminded peers interested in systems change for locally-led peacebuilding and development, Conducive Space for Peace produces a monthly systems change brief. Check out the latest September brief by CSP Director Mie Roesdahl. Conducive Space for Peace was created with the aim of being bold and thinking differently […]
In an effort to expand the community of likeminded peers interested in systems change for locally-led peacebuilding and development, Conducive Space for Peace has just released its new monthly systems change brief. In the first brief, CSP Director Mie Roesdahl shares her personal reflections as well as the latest thought development of Conducive Space for […]
Conversations with John Paul Lederach: “Add a pair of wings to a pepper pod, you would make a dragon fly”
Inspired by the natural wonders and how it holds complexity and simplicity in close encounters, we have pondered on systems change in the global peacebuilding system – and recently consolidated our thinking in the piece “The Dragonfly Model: Systems Change to Strengthen Support for Locally-Led Peacebuilding ”. With many years of combined experience within the […]