partnerships for peace

partnerships for peace

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a subsidiary organization of NATO, comprising former Warsaw Pact countries that wish to be allied with NATO but have not been granted full NATO membership: established in 1994
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Outlook : Territorial Partnerships for Peace and Development is based on the importance of contributing to transform conflict and to recognize and address the inter-relationship between different forms of labor conflicts and violence.
Approach : Territorial Partnerships for Peace and Development seeks to enhance the existing capacities for peace that already exist in Colombia to support the talks to end the conflict, as well as spaces and platforms of social organization, including indigenous movements, peasants and women ; while driving the implementation process and countersignature of agreements with a special emphasis on initiatives to create quick peace dividends in the time immediately after the signing of an eventual peace agreement with the FARC-EP impact sensitive period.
It is a truly singular relationship we share, one of the key partnerships for peace and prosperity in this great and challenging epoch in which we live.

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