[gha] FW: Report: 6th Summit of the Global Alliance for Ministries and Infrastructures for Peace

  • From: MATJAŽ MULEJ <mulej@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "gha@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <gha@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2013 08:59:04 +0000

Dear Leo and colleagues,

this might be of interest.



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Subject: Report: 6th Summit of the Global Alliance for Ministries and 
Infrastructures for Peace

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6th Summit of the Global Alliance for
Ministries and Infrastructures for Peace
2013 USA Report

Special Summit Report Call Tonight
hosted by
California Peace Alliance

October 14, 2013
6pm Pacific / 9:00 Eastern

Guest Speakers
Mike Abkin, Anne Creter, Kristin Famula
& Dot Maver
U.S. Representatives to the GAMIP Summit in Geneva

Call-in Number 862-902-0250
Access Code 3698002#

Dear Matjaz,

The Global Alliance for Ministries and Infrastructures for Peace (GAMIP) held 
its 6th summit in Geneva, Switzerland, from September 16-20 with 167 
participants representing 55 countries.

GAMIP is a worldwide community of civil society campaigns, organizations, 
committed citizens, and elected and appointed government officials from over 40 
countries. The mission of GAMIP is to collaborate with and support governments 
and civil society around the world working to establish national ministries and 
departments of peace, and also to support efforts to develop local, regional, 
and national peace councils, peace academies, and other effective 
infrastructures for peace.

Each summit has been represented by several members from organizations in the 
United States. This year, The Peace Alliance, the National Peace Academy, and 
the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding collaborated and offered a joint 
presentation entitled, “The U.S. Story:  Integrated Peacebuilding – local to 

This unique summit provided the space to increase awareness and understanding 
about infrastructures for peace and their essential role in sustainable 
strategies of peace promotion, providing practical tools for the development of 
infrastructures for peace, giving visibility to current infrastructures for 
peace, as well as peace infrastructure campaigns and projects around the world, 
and strengthening the engagement of the international community working on 
infrastructures for peace.

We were proud to be a part of this wonderful group of people around the world 
working to create peace in this way.

Read the full report and highlighted outcomes 

You can also watch video of the USA 
 and the whole 

In Peace,
Matthew Albracht

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