swisspeace Participation in External Events
10 March 2017
Conflict-generated diaspora and Dealing with the Past Processes
Julie Bernath gave an input on "Conflict-generated diaspora and dealing with the past processes" at the NADEL Course "Migration - eine Herausforderung für die IZA" at the Center for Development and Cooperation at the ETH Zurich.
8 March 2017
Laurent Goetschel held a lecture about religious violence at the Volkshochschule Winterthur.
10 December 2016
Panel discussion on the human rights situation in Latin America
Anna Leissing (KOFF) took part in a panel discussion on the human rights situation in Latin America entitled "Human Rights in Latin America: Hopes and Nightmares". The event is organized by the Latin American Center of Zurich on occasion of the International Human Rights Day. Further Information (Spanish)
7 - 8 December 2016
OSCE Parallel Civil Society Confernce
As a member of the OSCE-wide NGO-network ‘Civic Solidarity Platform’, swisspeace attended the OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference in Hamburg on 6 and 7 December 2016. At this event, civil society representatives from across the OSCE regions discussed human dimension issues in the context of the OSCE’s comprehensive security concept. The outcome documents received prominent attention from the German OSCE Chairmanship as well as other OSCE representatives. More Information
23 November 2016
Panel Discussion: "Lähmt Entwicklungszusammenarbeit?"
Laurent Goetschel attended this panel discussion and debated questions related to the challenges of development cooperation. Flyer.
9 November 2016
Research Fair on the Agenda 2030
Swisspeace attended the "Reseach fair on the Agenda 2030" in Bern, which took place at SDC and was organized by KFPE. The topic was the importance of research and innovation for reducing poverty and the empowerment of peacebuilding processes.
4 Novemeber 2016
4th Swiss Researching Africa Days
Martina Santschi referated about changing governance and use of land in South Sudan as part of the 4th Swiss Researching Africa Days.