Activating Positive Peace Webinar with GPPAC

The intent of the session is to open your thinking to the application of Positive Peace framework within Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict your practice.

Davao City Mayor Hails ‘Peace 911’ success in peace building

One of the most promising developments in peace building recently has been the exploration of the use of the eight Pillars model of Positive Peace in an increasing number of areas where violent conflict has prevailed.

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Luxembourg Peace Prize 2020

The 9th Luxembourg Peace Prize 2020 Ceremony will take place on 27 May 2020 on Belval Campus, Esch-sur-Alzette.

Positive Peace with ACCC

IEP’s Charles Allen, Director of Partnerships leads a Positive Peace workshop at the 3rd Advancing Community Cohesion Conference at UNSW.

Toda Peace Institute Colloquium Tokyo

The Fourth Tokyo Colloquium organised by the Toda Peace Institute and the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, New Zealand will focus on “Economic Warfare and Conflict: Challenges to Peace and Stability in Northeast Asia.”

Global Terrorism Index 2019 presentation Vienna

Serge Stroobants, Director of Operations, Europe & MENA at Institute for Economics and Peace presents key findings from the 2019 Terrorism Index at the Embassy of Costa Rica in Vienna, Austria.

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Learn from the leading experts in peace and conflict with this masters programme

The programme provides students with the tools to analyse key issues in peace and conflict around the world, preparing graduates with the skills to forge a career as practitioners or researchers in the areas of conflict analysis, arms control, international security, conflict prevention, peace-making and peace-building.

The G20’s Responsibility for Arms Control

The 19 G20 member countries and the EU account for 82 per cent of global military spending. Why is disarmament and arms control never on the agenda at the G20’s regular annual meetings?

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