Communique on the CPDE Study Conference on Effective Development Cooperation in Contexts of Conflict and Fragility


Last November 10 to 11, the CPDE Working Group on Conflict and Fragility, in partnership with the Arab Group for the Protection of Nature (APN), organised a study conference titled “Unpacking the ‘triple nexus’: Effective development cooperation in contexts of conflict and fragility.” The event aimed to look at the relationship between humanitarian aid, structural development, and peace, and to develop the CPDE key messages on the nexus based on the experiences of its constituencies from around the world and across various sectors. 

This communique highlights the need to promote the triple nexus approach in addressing the immediate and long-term needs of people living in conflicted, fragile, and occupied settings while maintaining its integrity from states’ security and geopolitical interests that could breed conflict.

It also emphasises the need for inclusion and meaningful participation of civil society organizations in humanitarian, development, and peace-building processes and initiatives as a precondition to transparency and accountability of duty-bearers.


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