This project is about jihadist insurgent governance in West Africa's Sahel region.
The overarching objective of PREVEX is to put forward more fine-tuned and effective approaches to preventing violent extremism.
What are Chinese priorities in relation to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and how do Chinese actors promote their interests and prospects for international cooperation?
What forms of authority underpin, enable, and extend violent entrepreneurs in fragile states, and how do the combined effects of fragile states, conflict, and climate impact this?
NUPI together with 40 partners from across the globe have established an international network to undertake research into the effectiveness of peace operations.
The aim of this project is to strengthen the ability of UN peace operations to respond to global security challenges and improve their effectiveness.
This research project will create greater knowledge of social, cultural, legal and ethical dimensions of community-based policing in post-conflict societies.
Norway is developing recommendations and ideas for UN reform for the new Secretary General in the project 'UN@70: A new Agenda'
The EUNPACK project unpacks EU crisis response mechanisms, with the aim to increase their conflict sensitivity and efficiency.
The purpose of the project is to collect and analyze experience and insights of police officers who have been deployed oon international policing missions, to provide practical, experience-based recommendations for enhancing impact and effectiveness of future missions.
The project is currently organized to both coordinate Norway’s support to the intelligence and security sector in Bosnia-Herzegovina and to do research on relevant topics.
In October 2014 the UN Secretary-General appointed the High-Level Independent Panel on UN Peace Operations. The Panel is reviewing developments in peacekeeping and special political missions over the last decade and a half and providing recommendations for the future developments of peace operations.
The Peace Capacities Network explore how rising powers influence peace operations, security sector reform and civilian capacities
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.