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Der Gipfel globaler Verantwortung(slosigkeit): Ein Plädoyer für Nachhaltigkeit anstelle militärischer Aufrüstung

Kommentar von Conrad Schetter, Wissenschaftlicher Direktor des BICC, zum G7 Gipfel

Die G7 ist sicherlich kein Hort der partizipativen Gestaltung der Welt, sondern vielmehr der elitäre Zusammenschluss sieben gleichgesinnter westlicher Industriestaaten. Mit dem bewussten Ausschluss Russlands sowie dem Fernhalten aufstrebender Mächte wie China, Indien, Brasilien oder der Türkei kontrastiert das Zusammentreffen eine sich immer stärker herausbildende, multipolare Weltordnung. Das Treffen mit verlesenen afrikanischen Staatschefs am Rande des Gipfels wirkt daher weniger partizipativ als imperial.

The Politics of Conflict & Cooperation

IAPSS World Congress 2015. Registrations till 15 January 2015

The IAPSS World Congress is the largest annual event hosted by the International Association for Political Science Students. Bringing together more than 500 students of political science and related disciplines from all over the world, the congress deals with a topic corresponding to the IAPSS Annual Theme. The annual theme for 2015 is “Conflict, Cooperation and Security”.

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Dienstag, 14. April 2015 - 9:00
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Samstag, 18. April 2015 - 17:00

Understanding Conflict: Research, ideas and responses to security threats

CfP at University of Bath. Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2015

Conflict defines the contemporary era. The attacks of 9/11 still cast a long shadow over foreign and domestic policy agendas in the UK and many other countries.  The 2001 attacks led to the launch of the ‘Global War on Terror', with invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as a host of other military interventions by NATO powers. 

Peace and Conflict: an Interdisciplinary Conference

CfP for the Annual Conference of the Conflict Research Society in Leeds. Closing date: 30 April 2014

The Conference of the British Conflict Research Society is an interdisciplinary event that brings together academics, practitioners and policy makers to discuss a broad range of issues relating to peace and conflict studies. We welcome abstracts of proposed papers (200-300 words) or panels (500 words) before 30th April 2014. Submissions are welcome on any theme, but the organisers particularly welcome presentations that fit within the following sections.

Shaping Peace – Local Infrastructures and State Formation

CfP for Third Annual Conference of the International Association for Peace and Conflict Studies in Manchester

What shapes peace? We are familiar with the top-down interventions organised around military, statebuilding and governance interventions, but what about the local infrastructures of peace that involve local agency? How does this agency create new institutions or interacts with existing ones? What are the sources of inspiration for these local infrastructures, and how do they relate to local, national, regional and international norms and structures of peacebuilding?

MA Peace and Conflict Studies (Kent, Marburg)

Call for applications to double university degree. Deadline for applications: end of June 2014

The University of Kent and University of Marburg are now accepting applications for the international double degree programme Peace and Conflict Studies for the 2013-2014 year. This international double award is jointly offered by the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent and the Centre for Conflict Studies at the University of Marburg. Upon successful completion of the programme students will be awarded an MA degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from Kent University and an MA degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Marburg.

Making Peace Processes Work

Training at International Peace and Development Training Center (IPDTC) of PATRIR in London

A three-day Executive Leadership Programme (ELP) designed for senior government staff and ministry officials, UN agencies and missions, EU, OSCE, AU and other regional organizations, conflict and political party leadership, and parties to negotiation and mediation processes, as well as national and international organisations working with mediation, negotiations, peace making, and peace and dialogue processes (from community to national and inter-party levels).

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Montag, 14. Oktober 2013 - 9:00
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Mittwoch, 16. Oktober 2013 - 18:00