Peace Academy Rhineland-Palatinate

Peace Academy Rhineland-Palatinate

Academy for Crisis Prevention and Civil Conflict Management

 

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The Peace Academy Rhineland-Palatinate seeks to promote and strengthen strategies of crisis prevention and civil conflict management, further peace research, inspire the political discourse and train those that are faced with potentials for conflict and violence in their professional or volunteer work. As a unique interface institution in Rhineland-Palatinate, it promotes the mutual exchange between academic research and civil society actors.

Press Releases
May 26, 2020

Fear for hunger not for Covid-19 in Kenya

Alarmed by a potential rise in food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic, many developing countries are unable to mount special efforts to keep agriculture safely running as an essential business and markets well supplied in affordable and nutritious food. They are incapable to ensure food security for their most vulnerable people. The situation has led to civil unrest in Kenya and it is feared that its magnitude might increase.

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May 16, 2020

Peace Academy publishes annual report 2019

Today, we are pleased to present our Annual Report 2019, on May 16th, the International Day of Living Together in Peace,

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May 03, 2020

Change your mind, please!

On the occasion of the end of the Second World War 75 years ago, Janpeter Schilling takes a look at current conflicts in the world and calls for a rethinking of how to avoid and overcome them. He gives four central recommendations for action.

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Dear visitors,
due to the current COVID-19 regulations no events will take place until further notice. Stay healthy and get through this time well!
Your Team of the Peace Academy
Upcoming Events

Peace, Feminism and Colonialism (postponed)

Talk by Melanie Hussak at the "Interdisciplinary International Conference on Women Empowerment –A key to sustainable development in Africa and Asia" at the Afro Asian Studies Promotion Association in cooperation with Philipps University Marburg.

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What is to be done? The possibilities of left politics in post-Trump, post-Coronavirus USA

Together with the Atlantic Academy Rhineland-Palatinate, we cordially invite you to the first virtual Landau Peace Lecture on June 29, 2020 with Prof. Susan Kang. Kang is a political scientist and holds leading positions in the New York chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America.

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Social Cohesion and Tipping Points: Perspectives, Approaches and the Way Forward

The Free University of Berlin together with the Peace Academy invite you to participate in this transdisciplinary symposium at Free University Berlin, 20-21 August 2020.

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May 26, 2020

Fear for hunger not for COVID-19 in Kenya

by Rowan Alusiola Alarmed by a potential rise in food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic, many developing countries are unable to mount special [...]

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May 11, 2020

COVID-19: Einblicke aus Forschungsländern der Friedensakademie

Mit weitreichenden Folgen für Gesellschaft, Politik und Wirtschaft hat die COVID-19-Pandemie die Welt in eine beispiellose Krise gestürzt. Vier [...]

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May 07, 2020

Conflicts, Climate and Corona: Reasons to Rethink Current Policies

Conflicts, Climate and Corona: Reasons to Rethink Current Policies By Janpeter Schilling World War II ended 75 years ago. Today, internationalized [...]

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