How shall the EU respond to the current crisis?
The EUNPACK project unpacks EU crisis response mechanisms, with the aim to increase their conflict sensitivity and efficiency.
EPOS aims to bring about a systematic problem shift in how power politics are studied by moving analytical focus from states' power resources and systemic features of world politics to the actual repertoires through which states engage one another.
This seminar takes a closer look on the challenges of protecting civilians.
The project will examine the formal and informal regulation of cross border flows of natural resource wealth, with a particular emphasis on the crossborder networks that are at the heart of much of the illicit flows in and from Africa.
The purpose of the activity is to systematically explore and better understand the reconfiguration of violence in the MENA region.
The Training for Peace Programme (TfP Programme) is an international programme that contributes towards capacity building within the broader ambit of peace operations in Africa.
«Konsortium for forskning om terrorisme og internasjonal kriminalitet» har gleden av å invitere til konsortiumseminar på NUPI
In the wake of the 2012 Internal Review Panel (IRP) findings on UN Action in Sri Lanka, which characterized the failed efforts of the UN as a “systemic failure”, the UN Secretary-General launched the Human Rights up Front (RUF) initiative in late 2013.