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Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development 2022 // Building resilience to climate-security risks in the Sahel: Insights from research and practices
The 2022 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development is held under the motto “From a Human Security Crisis Towards an Environment of Peace”. Coinciding, this session will highlight policy and practical solutions by representatives of GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH), the European Center for Development Policy Management and Mercy Corps.
May 23, 2022 I 9:15 - 10:15 (CET) I virtual stage
Building resilience to climate-security risks in the Sahel: Insights from research and practices
Water and climate expert of the FREXUS project from Niger, Abdou Boko, Boubacar (GIZ), will be speaking together with representatives from the European Center for Development Policy Management and Mercy Corps.
This session will provide practical and policy solutions to better manage transboundary climate and security risks in the Sahel. It seeks to deepen the understanding of governing and civil society actors at local, national, and regional level to building resilience against such risks. This session is for practitioners, policymaker and researchers working in the climate and security domains in the Sahel who are interested in concrete, solution-oriented approaches to respond to climate and security risks.
About the Forum
23 May 2022 09:00 - 25 May 2022 16:00
The 2022 Forum is jointly organised by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and will be held in a hybrid format, with sessions held online and in person at Münchenbryggeriet, Stockholm.
This year’s Forum will explore ways to enable an environment of peace in the face of converging crises. Against the backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, the Forum will discuss long-term global challenges in the midst of the immediate security crisis. What needs to change within the economy, institutions, governments, organizations, companies and societies to sustain the natural environment, biodiversity and human progress while sustaining peace and security according to the goals set out in Agenda 2030?
Forum registration and programme
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2021 Forum impressions
Watch the 2021 discussion recordings on Promoting Peace in the Age of Compound Risk