Jun 1994, as War-torn Societies Project (WSP), by E-XE3388 - United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) and G-XG1302 - Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP). Name changed to WSP Transition Programme (WSP-TP) in 1999 and WSP International in 2000, when it became independent of the UN. Subsequently Changed title to International Peacebuilding Alliance (Interpeace) – Alliance internationale pour la consolidation de la paix – Alianza Internacional para la Consolidación de la Paz, 2006. Currently only known under shortened title. Officially recognized as an international entity by Federal Council of Switzerland, 15 Jan 2018.
Harness the strengths of societies to manage conflict in non-violent ways by establishing processes of change that connect local communities, civil society, governments and the international community.
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