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How to transform intractable conflicts?A review of the Munich Security Conference 2019

In February, heads of government, ministers and security experts from all over the world gathered for the annual Munich Security Conference.

  • blog post 7 Mar 2019
  • Author(s) Hans-Joachim Giessmann

Berghof Foundation joins 73 organisations’ call for the rescue of the European peace projectFor peace. For human rights. For Europe.

In the run-up to the European Parliament elections, 74 organisations and institutions from nine European countries call for the rescue of the European peace project.

  • press release 6 Feb 2019

The European Union’s Peace Order – Common projects as future model

Less than seven years ago the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for “the advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe"

  • blog post 1 Feb 2019
  • Author(s) Hans-Joachim Giessmann

Creating space for dialogue and reflection among the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina suffered from devastating armed conflict in the 1990s that cost around 100,000 lives. The consequences can still be seen and felt today.

  • feature 30 Jan 2019

New publication on conflict resolution in AfghanistanInsights from the historic peace deal with Hezb-e Islami

When the government of Afghanistan and Hezb-e Islami signed a peace agreement in 2016, efforts to pacify the protracted conflict achieved a major breakthrough.

  • feature 15 Jan 2019

2018 – A bad omen for the future?

In future, the year 2018 may be seen as a bad omen for the breakdown of the cooperative global order that was originally designed by the UN Charter in 1945.

  • blog post 8 Jan 2019
  • Author(s) Hans-Joachim Giessmann
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