11 October 2022

Request your accreditation to cover the Paris Peace Forum this 11 and 12 November


Media accreditations now open

In an era of emergency and uncertainty, the world is going through compounded and multifold crises, from worsening climate change, successive Covid-19 waves, deepening inequalities to new and lasting geopolitical conflicts of global consequences. The stakes could not be higher.

Set to take place at the end of a particularly tumultuous year, the fifth edition of the Paris Peace Forum will focus on Riding out the multicrisis and preventing a destructive world polarization that would jeopardize the collective efforts on many critical challenges for humanity. On 11-12 November 2022, we will explore how to mitigate the multiple shocks and socio-economic aftermath of the crises by fostering a renewed cooperative world order and multilateralism. By putting forward transnational solutions, initiatives and debates, the Forum will show examples of resolve, resilience, solidarity and innovation from stakeholders of the North and South to address today’s most pressing issues in the midst of a volatile and fast-changing context.

The 2022 Paris Peace Forum will be as multi-actor as ever. As has been the case since the Forum was launched in 2018, several heads of state are expected to attend alongside Emmanuel Macron. Heads of international organizations such as UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay, Executive Director of the World Food Programme David Beasley, and more will also speak.

In addition to many international civil society activists, the Forum will welcome leaders from the philanthropic sector, such as Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad and International Crisis Group president Comfort Ero, and heads of large multinational companies, including Brad Smith (Microsoft).

The pre-pandemic editions gathered close to 7,000 participants each year in Paris, while the 2020-2021 editions gathered thousands of online participants.

On 11-12 November 2022 we will return under one roof in a beautiful new venue: the Palais Brongniart allowing for in-person participation in Paris with experts intervening from around the globe.​


All accreditation requests must be complete before 1 November, 2022. After this date, no applications will be accepted and it will be impossible to obtain accreditation in Paris on the day of the event.

1. Fill out the online form to request your accreditation.

2. Your application will be reviewed by the Paris Peace Forum team.

3. You will receive an email regarding the outcome of your request. In case of a positive response, a secure link for the official online registration will be sent.

4. Complete your registration online. Only a successfully completed online registration process will allow access to the security perimeter of the Forum.

5. Congratulations, your accreditation is confirmed!