International Summit for Peace in Ukraine – IPSUkraine 2023

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Date(s) - Saturday - Jun 10, 2023 - Sunday - Jun 11, 2023
All Day

To Be Announced


➡️ Learn more about IPSUkraine 2023 here ⬅️

Inviting Organizations: International Peace Bureau, CODEPINK, World Assembly of Strugglesand Resistances of the World Social Forum, transform! Europe, Europefor Peace, International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), Peace inUkraine, Campaign for Peace Disarmament and Common Security(CPDCS), Prague Spring 2
Local Organizers and Supporters: AbFaNG (Action Alliance for Peace, active Neutrality and Non-Violence),Institute for Intercultural Research and Cooperation (IIRC), WILPFAustria, IFOR Austria

Sponsors: *

*transform! europe is partially financed through a subsidy from the European Parliament. The sole liability rests with the organizers and the European Parliament is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained in this publication

The goal of the Peace Summit was to publish an Urgent Global Appeal, called the Vienna Declaration for Peace, calling on political leaders to act in support of a ceasefire and negotiations in Ukraine.

➡️ You can find and download the Final Declaration here ⬅️

The summit had different parts:

A conference to discuss the controversial questions related to the Russian-Ukrainian war, to hear the voices of civil society representatives of the various NATO countries, as well as representatives from Russia and Ukraine who support the aims of the Peace Summit. Participants from the Global South will share the dramatic consequences this war has had for the people in their countries and emphasize how they can contribute to peace. The Conference will focus not only on critics and analysis, but also on creative solutions and ways to end the war and how to prepare negotiations. This is not only the task of states and diplomats but nowadays more and more also of global society.
The conference included a combination of lectures, working groups, expert groups, and dialogues.

After the summit a march in Vienna to the various NATO-country embassies, as well as the embassies of Russia and Ukraine and international organizations located in Vienna will took place to meet with embassy representatives and deliver the Vienna Declaration for Peace from people around the world.

You can find and download the event’s program here: NEW-ISPUkraine-2023-–-Final-Program-10.06.2023