THE BERLIN MOOT – A conference pioneering new approaches to peace: 17-18 April in Berlin

THE BERLIN MOOT: A peace conference on 17-18 April

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PAVE working paper 4:Interactions between states and religious institutions in the MENA region

The PAVE research project found that political and religious institutions in the MENA region have played an important role in the rise of violent extremism. Research data from five different field studies produced in Lebanon, Iraq and Tunisia on the topic are compiled in this report.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Rudayna Al-Baalbaky, Faiza Ayed, Juline Beaujouan, Zouheir Ben Jannet, Sadok Damak, Hmida Ennaifer, Josep García Coll, Samiha Hamdi, Marie Kortam, Hassan Laaguir, Amjed Rasheed, Fethi Rekik, Javier Ruipérez Canales, Mohammed Sharqawi, Maher Zoghlami
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PAVE working paper 5:Online and offline (de-)radicalisation in the Balkans

This report zooms in on the factors of community vulnerability and community resilience to religiously inspired and ethno-political radicalisation in the Western Balkans, with a focus on Kosovo and North Macedonia.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Ramadan Ilazi, Ardit Orana, Teuta Avdimetaj, Bledar Feta, Ana Krstinovska, Yorgos Christidis, Ioannis Armakolas
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PAVE working paper 6:Online and offline (de-)radicalisation in the MENA region

Among four case studies implemented in local communities in Lebanon and Tunisia, two communities were identified as resilient against and two as vulnerable towards violent extremism. This report explains the results of these empirical studies that aimed to investigate the nature of community vulnerability and resilience against violent extremism, both in their offline and online manifestations.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Faiza Ayed, Lara Azzam, Zouheir Ben Jannet, Sadok Damak, Maria El Sammak, Samiha Hamdi, Fethi Rekik, Youssef Salloum
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PAVE synthesis reportCumulative extremisms in the Balkans and MENA region

This report compares findings on cumulative extremisms across six different countries in the Western Balkans and the MENA region. Focusing on Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, and Serbia, as well as Lebanon and Iraq, it is aimed to create a synthesis of different empirical insights from a set of field-based studies carried out within the context of the PAVE project.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Isak Svensson, Desirée Nilsson
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Radikalisierung, quo vadis?Trends und Schlaglichter aus dem nationalen Expert*innenpanel

Dieser Artikel stellt zentrale Ergebnisse einer bundesweiten Expert*innenbefragung zum aktuellen Radikalisierungsgeschehen in Deutschland vor. Er ist ein Kapitel im MOTRA-Monitor 2021 und somit Teil einer Reihe von MOTRA-Monitor-Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Radikalisierungsprävention.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Michaela Glaser, Beatrix Austin
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Gender-inclusive conflict transformation:Insights from female former combatants and women associated with resistance and liberation movements

This report is the first in the policy insight series on gender-inclusive conflict transformation, which will be published throughout 2022 and 2023. This first issue aims to contextualise and critically review current policies and practices in peace negotiations and post-war transitions, based on testimonies shared by network members during activities conducted since 2018, and complemented by relevant academic references. Through a participatory process of joint analysis, the series will present the experiences, aspirations and lessons learned from women in or associated with RLMs with regard to gender-inclusive approaches to peace negotiations and post-war peacebuilding.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Claudia Cruz Almeida, Véronique Dudouet, Victoria Cochrane-Buchmüller
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Attentive, assertive, supportiveEU support to nonviolent movements

Recent years have seen a dramatic increase of mass nonviolent movements around the globe, taking the street and the online space to demand radical reforms towards greater democracy, justice, peace or equal rights. External support to nonviolent movements can help prevent violent escalation, mitigate repression, protect civic space, facilitate conflict transformation and foster sustainable peace. In a global context where the shrinking of civic space is coupled with the proliferation of protests, the European Union needs to develop a strategy to deal with nonviolent movements consistently and effectively. This paper explores the role that different EU institutional actors can play in supporting nonviolent movements and puts forward some basic recommendations to develop a more coherent conceptual framework and factor peaceful protests into the EU’s external action.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Sergio Rodríguez Prieto
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Inspirationen für die FriedensbildungAktuelle Transformationsinitiativen im Bildungswesen

Nicht erst seit der COVID-19 Pandemie gibt es von verschiedenen Seiten Bestrebungen, Schulen neu zu denken. Das Paper gibt Einblicke in verschiedene Initiativen, die an einer Umgestaltung des Bildungssystems in Deutschland beteiligt sind.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Cora Bieß
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Friedensbildung an SchulenEntwicklungen, Potenziale, Impulse, Empfehlungen

In diesem umfassenden Bericht zu Friedensbildung im deutschsprachigen Raum, schaffen wir einen Überblick zu aktuellen Entwicklungen, Ansätzen und Chancen der Friedensbildung. Unsere Forschung zeigt, dass Friedensbildung nicht nur hochaktuell ist, sondern gerade im schulischen Kontext an Bedeutung gewinnt. Wir schlussfolgern damit, dass Friedensbildung nur dann weitflächig und nachhaltig einen Unterschied macht, wenn sie strukturell im Bildungssystem verankert ist und sich auf qualifiziertes Lehrpersonal und außerschulische Bildungsakteur*innen stützen kann.

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Cora Bieß, Assia Bitzan, Uli Jäger, Anne Kruck
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Pädagogische Konzepte mit Nähe zur FriedensbildungBildung für Demokratie, Menschenrechte und nachhaltige Entwicklung

Das Paper setzt Friedensbildung in Bezug zu verschiedenen Nachbardisziplinen, wie der politischen Bildung, dem globalen Lernen, der entwicklungspolitischen Bildung, der Menschrechtsbildung, der Demokratiepädagogik, der Global Citizenship Education, der (inter-)religiösen Bildung, der Umweltbildung und der Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung (BNE).

  • Year2022
  • Author(s)Cora Bieß
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