Maison de la paix:
Strengthening cooperation

The Maison de la paix is a place for meeting, reflection and action in the field of peace and security.

The building will strengthen International Geneva’s role in these key areas and bring new synergies in the search for innovate solutions; it represents a major contribution of the Swiss Confederation and the Canton of Geneva.

The Maison de la paix houses, along with the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, the Small Arms Survey (SAS), the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), the Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD), the Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), and other organisations active in the field of peace and sustainable development (Interpeace and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development).
 

 
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The Graduate Institute Geneva

The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is an institution of research and higher education dedicated to the study of world affairs.
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Small Arms Survey

The Small Arms Survey produces independent information and analysis on all aspects of small arms and armed violence as a resource for governments, civil society and researchers.
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GCSP

The Geneva Centre for Security Policy is an international foundation established for the primary purpose of promoting peace, security and stability through executive education and training, policy research and dialogue.
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GICHD

The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining works to eliminate mines and explosive remnants of war, supporting capacity development in affected countries.
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DCAF

The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) is one of the world’s leading centres in the area of security sector governance and security sector reform.
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Interpeace

Interpeace is an independent, international peacebuilding organisation and a strategic partner of the United Nations. For the past 20 years, Interpeace has been enabling people to build lasting peace.
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WBCSD

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development is a CEO-led organisation of forward-thinking companies that galvanizes the global business community to create a sustainable future for business, society and the environment.

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The Inclusive Peace and Transition Initiative (IPTI)

The Inclusive Peace and Transition Initiative is dedicated to evidence-based research and its transfer to policy and practice. The objective of the initiative is to support sustainable peace by providing expertise and information on the inclusion of diverse actors in peace and transition processes.

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The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL)

The International Campaign to Ban Landmines  is a global network of non-governmental organisations, active in around 100 countries, that works for a world free of antipersonnel landmines, where landmine survivors can lead fulfilling lives.

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Foraus

The Swiss Forum on Foreign policy is a think tank whose ambition is to bring together ideas from foreign policy enthusiasts. Its members use the platform to spread their ideas in policy briefs and analysis, as well as to organise numerous public debates.

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Justice Rapid Response

Justice Rapid Response is a multi-stakeholder facility created via an intergovernmental forum that manages the rapid deployment of criminal justice and related professionals. These deployments can be requested by the international community to investigate, analyse and report on situations where serious human rights and international criminal violations have been reported.

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Right Livelihood Award Foundation

The Right Livelihood Award Foundation is a politically independent Swedish charity foundation. It awards each year the 'Alternative Nobel Prize’ to people or organisations looking for practical and exemplary solutions to respond to the most urgent challenges of today's world. The Foundation also supports its 160+ laureates from over 60 countries, especially those at risk.