Peace and Security Policy

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Peace is more than the absence of war. Sustainable peace needs to be cultivated throughout the conflict cycle, from early warning to conflict transition. Applying the concept of human security, our work encourages a holistic and integrated approach to preventing destructive conflict and building peace. To this end, we work with UN entities, Member States and civil society actors to put the spotlight on the connections between peace, development and human rights.

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Monday, 26.11.18 - 26 November 2018, Geneva, 16.40 - 18.00, Palais des Nations, Room XXV | 2018, Human Rights and Development, Peace and Security Policy | Event

How can climate actions respect rights and contribute to peacebuilding in the transition to a green economy?

Shifting to renewable energy is a fundamental part of the transition towards green economy. The 2015 Paris Climate Agreement and the SDGs both...


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Thursday, 26.04.18 - Geneva, Switzerland | 2018, Peace and Security Policy | Event

Overcoming the Impasse on a WMD-free Zone in the Middle East: Promising New Concrete Steps by Vital Regional Actors

On the occasion of the 2018 Preparatory Committee (PrepCom) of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference, the Geneva Centre for Security...


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Thursday, 19.04.18 - Geneva, Switzerland | 2018, Peace and Security Policy | Event

Framework Forum Roundtable: Reviving Nuclear Threat-Reduction and Disarmament through the NPT, Conference on Disarmament and UN High-Level Conference on Nuclear Disarmament

This workshop was jointly organised by the Basel Peace Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Middle Powers Initiative...


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Publications

Cahill-Ripley, Amanda; Hendrick, Diane

Economic, social and cultural rights and sustaining peace

Report : An introduction
Berlin,, 2018

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Tomorrow's world of migration and mobility

Geneva, 2017

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Ganson, Brian; Wennmann, Achim

Confronting risk, mobilizing action

a framework for conflict prevention in the context of large-scale business investments
Berlin, 2012

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