Archived Events

 

Report of the Global High Level Panel on Water and Peace

14 September 2017 | Maison de la Paix, Geneva

Geneva Water Hub and the Governments of Costa Rica, Senegal, Slovenia, and Switzerland

Water is a vital resource. It is essential for life, public health, food security, energy, industry and ecosystem services. It is also a major issue for human security and peace. Sustainable and equit...

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Conservation Conflict Transformation (CCT) Fundamentals Workshop

11 September 2017 – 15 April 2017 | Washington, DC

Human-Wildlife Conflict Collaboration

After 3 years of conflict intervention and private contract work, the Human-Wildlife Conflict Collaboration (HWCC) is delighted to (finally!) be able to offer an open-to-public Conservation Conflict T...

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“Peacebuilding during an Age of Crisis” — Annual Conference of the International Association of Peace and Conflict Studies

11 September 2017 – 12 September 2017 | Manchester, UK

International Association of Peace and Conflict Studies

Academic critiques of contemporary peacebuilding have shown a tendency in recent years to limit their analytical focus to the cultural, institutional, normative and political mismatches between the mo...

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Webinar on International Environmental Law in the Context of Communities, Conflict, Conservation and Peace

31 August 2017 | Halifax, Nova Scotia

Community Conservation Research Network

Britta Sjöstedt and Elaine Hsiao have teamed up to offer a webinar to discuss some of the issues relevant to the CEESP Theme on Environment and Peace (TEP) and to the upcoming conference on "Communi...

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H2O Catalyst, "From The Front Lines: How Global Conflicts Are Changing Water's Value"

29 August 2017

Circle of Blue and Stockholm International Water Institute

  From the horn of Africa to the Middle East and India, harsh droughts and humanitarian crises are revealing water's role as a catalyst for conflict or as profound peacemaker.    On August 29, ...

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Environment, Development and Peace

7 August 2017 – 15 September 2017 | Online

University for Peace

This course will introduce students to the relations between the environment, development, and peace and conflict. We will discuss the concepts of Global Environmental Change, Sustainable Development,...

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Environmental Peacebuilding Working Group Meeting

19 July 2017 | Washington, DC

Environmental Peacebuilding Working Group

The Environmental Peacebuilding Working Group is pleased to announce that its next meeting will take place on Wednesday, July 19 from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. Following introductions and updates from partici...

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Book Launch for Water, Security and US Foreign Policy

27 June 2017 | Washington, DC

World Wildlife Fund and the Wilson Center

Water, Security and U.S. Foreign Policy offers policymakers a framework for identifying how water-related social and economic disruptions in partner countries can escalate into risks to U.S. security...

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DRC Mining Week Expo & Conference

23 June 2017 – 24 June 2017 | Lubumbashi, DRC

Spintelligent

We believe that providing an open dialogue between government, mining operators and technologies services providers will strengthen productivity within daily operations in the region. This year for ou...

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The United States and Russia in the Arctic

21 June 2017 | Washington, DC

Woodrow Wilson Center and the Arctic Council

In light of recent world media attention towards Russia and the United States, the Arctic Circle and the Wilson Center will host a Forum on the two countries' complicated yet inherently linked role a...

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