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.

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Oct 15, 2021

Open Access Publication: Solidarity Through Localization? Humanitarian Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Can humanitarian aid be an instrument for international solidarity? In the current issue of the journal Frontiers in Political Science - Peace and Democracy, Charlotte Dany discusses this question. Especially the localization of humanitarian aid, that is to say the involvement of people and institutions in crisis regions, can be an opportunity for more solidarity.

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Sep 17, 2021

Symposium: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems

On September 16 and 17, researchers and practitioners working on resilience, tipping points, vulnerability, ecosystem services, bioeconomy, environmental conflict, and migration came together online to discuss the opportunities and challenges of social-ecological research. The symposium took place in the framework of the PRODIGY project and was co-hosted by the Peace Academy. We are pleased that some international guests were also present.

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Sep 08, 2021

Peace Academy at the 2021 Bratislava Conference on Earth System Governance

On September 8, Peace Academy researcher Rebecca Froese presented her research on the relationship between land use change and social cohesion at the Earth System Governance Network's annual conference.

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due to the current COVID-19 regulations no public face-to-face events will take place until further notice. Virtual and hybrid formats will be announced here, as usual. Stay healthy and get through this time well!
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Dec 01, 2021

Proteste in der Pandemie: Wie wirkt sich COVID-19 auf soziale Proteste aus?

Tareq Sydiq forscht am Zentrum für Konfliktforschung in Marburg zu politischer Partizipation im Autoritarismus am Beispiel des Irans. Seine [...]

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Nov 12, 2021

Podcast in der Lehre

In den letzten Jahren hat sich die Podcast-Landschaft stark erweitert und diversifiziert, so dass heute ganz unterschiedliche Akteur*innen Inhalte für [...]

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Nov 02, 2021

Private Militärunternehmen: Zwischen Wiederbelebung und Bedeutungsschwund

Der Beitrag nimmt die Neugründung von Executive Outcomes - einem der ersten und berüchtigtsten privaten Militärunternehmen (Private Military [...]

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Nov 26, 2021

"Weiß, Exklusiv & Ungerecht" - Einblicke in die Klimaverhandlungen 2021

Vom 31. Oktober bis 12. November 2021 fand die internationale Klimakonferenz – die COP26 - in Glasgow statt. Obwohl die Teilnahme [...]

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Oct 29, 2021

10 Jahre Arabischer Frühling - Damals und heute

Vor zehn Jahren haben in Ägypten und Tunesien Aufständische die Herrscher aus dem Amt getrieben. Proteste und Rebellionen erschütterten die [...]

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Sep 24, 2021

Spurensicherung im Amazonas - Zu Besuch im Erdschollenarchiv von Betty Baier

Zu Besuch bei Betty Baier im Atelier. Welche Ausstellungsstücke verbindet Betty mit dem Amazonas und was bedeuten die Kunstwerke. Rebecca Froese hat [...]

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