Initiatives

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


 

Nominations open for the PACEY Plus Youth Award

Deadline: December 29, 2020.

The Basel Peace Office and the Office of Cantonal and Urban Development (Department of Presidential Affairs, Canton of Basel-Stadt) invite nominations for the 2021 Basel PACEY Plus Award.

Two prizes of €5000 Euro each will be awarded to exemplary youth projects or youth initiatives to advance peace, climate protection and disarmament, especially nuclear disarmament. One of the awards is for a European youth project and the other award is for a youth project from outside of Europe or a global youth project.

Changing Rule in (Post-)Conflict Settings

Call for Papers: DVPW Working Group "Violence Orders” and PRIF hold workshop in early 2021

On March 31 and April 1, 2021, the DVPW Work­ing Group "Violence Orders" will organize the work­shop "Frac­tures and Conti­nuities of Changing Rule in (Post-)Conflict Settings" together with PRIF in Frankfurt/Main and online. Sub­missions for this work­shop are kindly encouraged.

Call for Participants: Advancing Young Scholars and Peacebuilders Careers

An initiative to foster dialogue and cooperation between societies from Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and the EU

Corridors announced an open call for participants for the project "Advancing Young Scholars and Peacebuilders Careers". The project aims to strengthen the capacities and future prospects for young researchers and civil society activists from the whole Caucasus region.

Hiroshima-ICAN Academy on Nuclear Weapons and Global Security 2020

Application procedure is now open

Hiroshima Prefecture and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (“ICAN”), the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Award-winning organization, will hold the Hiroshima-ICAN Academy on Nuclear Weapons and Global Security 2020 (hereafter “the Academy”). Through this training program, we aim to nurture global leaders to make concrete and peaceful contributions to the world.

What should a feminist foreign policy look like in the 2020s?

Transnational participatory process

Using the collaborative online platform Policy Kitchen, as well as a series of online workshops, the Open Think Tank Network - Agora (UK), Argo (FR), foraus (CH), Polis180(DE) and Ponto (AT) -  invites the public to address this question in an accessible, engaging and interactive process: What should a feminist foreign policy look like in the 2020s?

Campaign on nuclear weapons divestment

ICAN briefing paper

The imminent entry-into-force of the United Nations’ Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) allows for a unique opportunity to hit the nuclear weapons producers where it hurts – their wallets. Through public pressure, we can make financial institutions respond to a new climate in which these weapons of mass destruction are recognised to be incompatible with sustainable, responsible and smart investment practices and pull their investments from companies that make nuclear weapons.

EUvsVirus Hackathon

The European Commission, in close collaboration with EU member states, will host a pan-European hackathon to connect civil society, innovators, partners and buyers across Europe to develop innovative solutions to overcome coronavirus-related challenges.

ASPR Online Survey: Impact of Covid-19 on the Field of Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping

Deadline: April 15, 2020

The Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR) invites you to participate in a web-based online survey on the impact of Covid-19 and related policy-responses on the occupational field of peacebuilding and peacekeeping. The purpose of this survey is to gain first insights into the perceptions of peacebuilders/peacekeeping on how the current crisis will impact their work.

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