„Sicherheit und Frieden“ möchte einen eigenen Beitrag zur Friedenslogik leisten, denn der Ansatz besitzt das Potenzial, die beiden namensgebenden Begriffe der Zeitschrift in ihrer Eigenheit sowie ihrem funktionalen oder dysfunktionalen Zusammenspiel zu reflektieren. Gewünschtsind Aufsätze aus unterschiedlichen wissenschaftlichen Disziplinen, die das Thema in einem oder mehreren seiner Aspekte behandeln (Idee, Praxis, Kritik).
Thinking about time and temporalities is crucial to the study of peace and conflict. Both concepts are an essential part of how we make sense of the world around us and our existence within it. In consequence, they structure how we think about conflict and peace in a multitude of ways. Whether it’s the foundational distinction between times of peace and times of war (as well as the transitions between them) or the periodization of conflicts, the various ways in which we order conflict and peace temporally have consequences for our interpretations of the subject matter.
With social processes increasingly transcending political and geographic boundaries, religion does not remain unaffected. On the contrary, due to most religions' universal claims and respective transnational identities, transnational dynamics concern religion in particular. It is thus not surprising that religion in its dimensions such as identity, practice, doctrine or spirituality serves as substantial a conflict factor that drives related conflict dynamics beyond state borders. Among others, transnational religious movements, organizations, networks and communities challenge not only states' sovereignty claims, but also concern public security and societal cohesion. These dynamics question traditionally established hierarchies and negotiated leadership structures alike.
This panel is interested in the various manifestations of transnational relations between conflicts with religious dimensions. Contributions might focus on conflict situations involving minority or migrant communities, transnational practices, narratives, movements, organizations, transnationally influential individuals or international organizations.
The Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research. Member of the Leibniz Association (GEI) is pleased to announce the Call for Applications for the 2021 Georg Arnhold Senior Fellow. The appointment, for the fellowship including a research stay of up to six months at the GEI, offers outstanding scholars and experienced practitioners in the field of peace education the opportunity to carry out work in the area of education for sustainable peace, preferably with a focus on educational media and transformation societies, and to discuss their project and findings with other scholars and practitioners at the annual international Summer Conference of the Georg Arnhold Program.
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.
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 "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 â€œDay 0â€ of the IGF, which is Monday, November 25.
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) 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:
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).