Hier finden Sie Hinweise zu aktuellen Initiativen (Kampagnen, Aktionen und weiteren Lobbyaktivitäten) der Plattform Zivile Konfliktbearbeitung und ihrer Mitgliedsorganisationen sowie weiterer Akteurinnen und Akteure.


Klimastreik am 20. September 2019

Material vom Netzwerk Friedenskooperative

Am 20. September findet wieder ein globaler Klimastreik der Fridays for Future-Bewegung statt. Das Netzwerk Friedenskooperative bietet Banner und Schilder an, die auf die Zusammenhänge zwischen dem Klimawandel und Konflikten, Krieg und Militarismus hinweisen. In Zeiten der Aufrüstung kann hiermit öffentlich dagegegen Stellung bezogen werden.

Stories for Global Action - Voices of SDG 16+

Videowettbewerb für das UN High-Level Political Forum in New York - Mitmachen bis 15. Mai

CSPPS together with GPPAC, IPI, Namati, Peace Direct, Saferworld, and the TAP Network have recently launched a new campaign to showcase the best examples of work to implement SDG16+ around the world.

This is a call for YOU to showcase your work on building peace, on creating an inclusive society, on working for access to justice, on promoting the role of young people, on action to push for gender equality.

GigaNet 2019 Symposium

Call for Papers bei Parallelveranstaltung des United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Berlin

GigaNet "the Global Internet Governance Academic Network“ is now accepting extended abstracts for papers to be presented at its annual symposium. GigaNet 2019 will be held alongside the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Berlin. We expect our symposium to be held on “Day 0†of the IGF, which is Monday, November 25.

Global Investigative Journalism Conference: Call for Ideas

GIJC is looking for great ideas for the 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference

The 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference is scheduled for this September 26-29 in Hamburg, Germany, at two state-of-the-art venues: the Spiegel Publishing House and the HafenCity University Hamburg.

Peace Initiative Network (PIN)

A initiative to promote peace and development in Nigeria

Peace Initiative Network (PIN) is an NGO based in Kano, Nigeria. Its mission is to prevent and manage violent conflict through advocacy and awareness-raising campaigns. PIN was established in 2004, with the goal of promoting peace and development in Nigeria.

PIN regularly organises and hosts seminars, workshops and sport events. It aims to:

The psychosocial focus in the protection of women human rights defenders

Conference in Columbia organised by the Mesoamerican Initiative for Women Human Rights Defenders (IMD) and PBI

In order to talk about the psychosocial impacts that the context of permanent threats cause, the Mesoamercian Initiative for Women Human Rights Defenders (IMD) and PBI organised a Regional Conference. The conference took place from 8th until 11th October 2018 in Colombia with representatives from each entity of PBI in Latin America as well as 30 women human rights defenders from 20 organisations members of the IMD in Mesoamerica (Colombia, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico). 

Map of Inclusive Peace Processes

Inclusive Peace & Transition Intiative

The Inclusive Peace & Transition Initiative (IPTI) draw their knowledge from multi-year comparative research projects on inclusion and participation in peace and transition processes. They work through a network of strategic partners engaged in various fields, to push for better policies around mediation and peacebuilding.

EU: Surging death toll in Central Med laid squarely at Europe’s door

Amnesty International research reveals background to surge in refugee deaths

Amnesty International - press release - 8. August 2018 - The number of people drowning in the Central Mediterranean or being taken back to squalid detention centres in Libya has surged as a result of European policies aimed at closing the central Mediterranean route, Amnesty International said in a new briefing published today.

Hello # WaterWars, Bye Bye # DayZero — Where have you gone ClimateChaos old friend?

BICC's Larry Swatuk warns against alarmism and hyperbole

Bonn International Center for Conversion - Commentary - 29 March 2018 - Larry Swatuk, Associate Researcher at BICC, comments on ongoing popular debates like #WaterWars, #DayZero. He argues for avoiding alarmism and hyperbole as tools of motivation for human action. Instead, Swatuk reflects on the challenge to ensure adequate amounts and qualities of water for the world’s poor.