Peace and Security Policy

Peace is more than the absence of war. Sustainable peace needs to be cultivated throughout the conflict cycle, from early warning to conflict transition. Applying the concept of human security, our work encourages a holistic and integrated approach to preventing destructive conflict and building peace. To this end, we work with UN entities, Member States and civil society actors to put the spotlight on the connections between peace, development and human rights.

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Wednesday, 02.12.2020 - Wednesday, 02.12.2020 - Online | 2020, Peace and Security Policy | Event

Series of Virtual Consultations on the Arms Trade Treaty

"Arms Diversion”: The fourth and last consultation of the series focused on arms diversion.


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Tuesday, 13.10.2020 - Tuesday, 13.10.2020 - Online | 2020, Peace and Security Policy | Event

Series of Virtual Consultations on the Arms Trade Treaty

"Youth Engagement”: The third consultation of the series focused on the engagement of youth in disarmament and arms control campaigns.


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Thursday, 30.07.2020 - Online | 2020, Peace and Security Policy | Event

Series of Virtual Consultations on the Arms Trade Treaty

"Transparency & Reporting”: The second consultation of the series focused on the perspectives of reporting obligations and participation in the ATT…


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Publications

Cahill-Ripley, Amanda; Hendrick, Diane

Economic, social and cultural rights and sustaining peace

Report : An introduction
Berlin,Geneva, 2018

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Tomorrow's world of migration and mobility

Geneva, 2017

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Ganson, Brian; Wennmann, Achim

Confronting risk, mobilizing action

a framework for conflict prevention in the context of large-scale business investments
Berlin;Bonn, 2012

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