The Paris Peace Forum continues to demonstrate that in a deteriorated international environment it is still possible to advance governance solutions, scale-up projects and launch new initiatives in peace & security, development, environment, new technologies, inclusive economy, or culture & education.
For its second edition, the Call for Projects of the Paris Peace Forum has received more than 700 project submissions from 115 countries and led by a wide panel of actors of global governance, such as states, international organizations, NGOs, companies, foundations, philanthropic organizations, development agencies, religious groups, trade unions, think tanks and universities.
The Selection Committee evaluated all submissions and made its choice based on a geographical and gender balanced representation.
Discover the projects that will be showcased at the next edition of the Forum on 11-13 November 2019 at la Grande Halle de La Villlette, in Paris.
IDPC and Support. Don't Punish at the Paris Peace Forum
The Support. Don't Punish campaign will be one of the 100 projects selected to be showcased at the Forum.
The IDPC Secretariat and Support. Don't Punish colleagues will share the experience of campaigners worldwide in advocating for drug policies based on health, human rights and development, and promoting social justice, gender equality, good governance, accountability and inclusiveness
If you are attending the Forum, check out the following activities in which the campaign and fellow drug policy reformers are involved:
- Kicking the habit: Rethinking the war on drugs
Wednesday, 13 Nov. | 9:00-9:45 | Agora 3
Panel with Ann Fordham (International Drug Policy Consortium/Support. Don’t Punish), Camila Ruiz Segovia (Catalyst) and Khalid Tinasti (Global Commission on Drug Policy)
- Rehab: shaping a more effective response to drug trafficking worldwide
Wednesday, 13 Nov. | 11:30-12:30 | Agora 1
Panel with Gunilla Carlsson (UNAIDS), Martha Delgado (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico), Ruth Dreifuss (Global Commission on Drug Policy), Svante Myric (City of Ithaca, US), Mhammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou (Graduate Institute, Geneva), Alexander Soros (OSF).
- Support. Don’t Punish: People power to end the “war on drugs”
Date and time to be confirmed | Agora 3
Project presentation by Juan Fernandez Ochoa (IDPC, Support. Don’t Punish)
- Support. Don’t Punish: Local Actions, Global Voice
Throughout the Forum / Space for Solutions (Development)
Come visit our campaign stand and learn more about what you can do to end the “war on drugs”!
We will be showcasing testimonies from campaigners from all over the world. So, please don’t hesitate to send us your thoughts, below, on why the campaign has been an important resource for capacity building and mobilisation. We will share them in the campaign’s stand at the Forum.