What's going on
Am Freitag, den 27. November 2020, hat sich das Netzwerk Friedens- und Konfliktforschung Österreich (NeFKÖ) zum jährlichen Austausch getroffen. Im Mittelpunkt stand die Begegnung, der
20 years ago, on 31 October 2000, Resolution 1325 was adopted by the UN Security Council under the slogan of ‘Women – Peace – Security’.
Programmes & Projects
Syrian Futures is an experiment that integrates civil society’s voices in a multi-stakeholder scenario analysis that produces policy recommendations for a future EU foreign engagement with post-conflict Syria. In doing so, it challenges traditional policy making with a much needed and refreshing approach that gives voice to perspectives that have remained unheard.
Future Strategists Hub
The Future Strategists Hub equips young talents interested in policy making with the necessary skills to translate research into policy. The aim is to enable them to make a real difference and kick-start their careers.
Read more about the project! (German)
CPD Policy Blog
The CPD Policy Blog is set up as a joint project between Shabka, the University of Graz, and the Austrian Conflict, Peace, and Democracy Cluster. It creates a bridge between peace research and politics. The project aims at connecting the dots between academia and policy.
opens a space for political and societal discussion. It’s a space off the beaten track of hectic and hurried public discourses that favor dominant mainstream arguments. Instead, the Salon is intense. It’s controversial. Sophisticated. Deliberative. Salon Shabka offers you a detailed and critical context to the complexity of what is happening around us.