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NEWS

Interview + Podcast
Augustin Nicolescou as an expert on politics and society in the USA in conversation with Walter Reiss    More

ASPR Helpline
for pedagogues and parents More

Photo Competition
TRACING ENCOURAGEMENT   More

New Library Location
Online-Service   More

Temporary Location
ASPR-Office   More


Training Programmes

5 - 30 April 2021  online
EUPCST Online Course on Gender, Peace and Security     More

12 - 16 April 2021 online
ESDC Course on Comprehensive Protection of Civilians (CPOC)   More

26 April - 7 May 2021 online
ESDC Core Course on Security Sector Reform (SSR)   More

18 - 21 May 2021 in Vienna (tbc or online)
ESDC Course on Recovery and Stabilisation Strategies    More

30 May - 5 June 2021 (tbc)
Building Sustainable Peace and Security in the OSCE Area     More

8 - 17 September 2021 (tbc)
Summer Academy on OSCE    More
 


Events

1 - 5 September 2021 Sommerakademie: Heimatland Erde - Friedenspolitik im Zeitalter des Anthropozäns    More

 


PUBLICATIONS

ASPR-Report No. 6/2020  by Jan Pospisil 
THE UNGOVERNANCE OF PEACE - TRANSITIONAL PROCESSES IN CONTEMPORARY CONFLICTSCAPES
The report rethinks peace, peace formation, but also peacebuilding as an ungoverned process. More

ASPR-Policy Brief No. 5/2020  by Dr Sarah Hewitt and Dr Jenna Sapiano
MISSED OPPORTUNITIES, FUTURE DIRECTIONS - WOMEN, PEACE AND SECURITY AND THE POLITICS OF EXCLUSION
This 31st October marked the 20th anniversary of the adoption of landmark United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 on Women and Peace and Security (WPS), the first resolution forming what is now known as the WPS agenda.  More

World peace through nonviolent means is neither absurd nor unattainable. All other methods have failed. Thus we must begin anew… Those of us who believe in this method can be voices of reason, sanity, and understanding amid the voices of violence, hatred and emotion. We can very well set a mood of peace out of which a system of peace can be built. 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Dreams of Brighter Tomorrows in Ebony Magazine March 1965