Through conferences, forums and workshops, swisspeace initiates reflection and learning processes, and shapes academic and political discourse on peace policy issues at the national and international level.
You will find information about upcoming events on our hompage.
The swisspeace Annual Conference is the flagship event and takes place annually in November.
KOFF organizes roundtables, workshops and events on specific countries and topics.
swisspeace organizes regular events and panel discussions on current and important topics with up-to-date expert analyses.
swisspeace researchers and experts also participate as guest speakers in different external events.
The Basel Peace Forum intends to inspire new and unconventional ideas for peacebuilding. About 120 decision-makers from business, diplomacy, academia and civil society from 20 countries met on 15 and 16 January 2017 in Basel to rethink peace. The discussions led to the recommendations to world leaders to take up responsibility for peace. The next Basel Peace Forum will be in 2018. Learn more
1 november 2016
KOFF roundtable on Swiss peace policy
KOFF organized a roundtable on the role of civil society and civil socity platforms such as KOFF in Swiss peace policy.
28 October 2016
"Audio-Visuelle Dokumente in der Vergangenheitsarbeit – Entwicklungen, Nutzen, Herausforderungen"
Elisabeth Baumgartner from swisspeace gave a speech about the topic of dealing with the past with audiovisual documents at the ICRC-confernce “Act Global – Archive Local".
28 October 2016
Forum Cinfo 2016
swisspeace attended the Forum Cinfo 2016 and was present with a stand.
27 October 2016
"Boko Haram - Eine Ursachenforschung" - Lecture at Mission 21 in Basel
Laurent Goetschel and Yakubu Joseph talked about the origins of Boko Haram at Mission 21 in Basel. More on the event.
27 october 2016
KOFF roundtable on Colombia
The discussion with Luis Guillermo (CINEP), Luz Estella (COLEMAD), and Ricardo (Sembrando Paz) was very positive and constructive, with faith that something will move forward in Colombia and that the current situation offers the opportunity to redicuss what kind of peace the country needs.