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Participants from Ukraine - Scholarships Available

Ukraine: Seeking Passionate Civil Society / Peace Activists (18 – 30) 

Scholarships to take part in the International Youth Peace Forum: Global Youth Rising 2016… 215 more words

Studying and Working in the Field

With kind permission of Iain Blackwood (SCID student March 15 intake) and Conor Foley (member of the SCID Panel of Experts), here is an excellent photo of both of them when they recently met a couple of months ago in Kabul, Afghanistan. 152 more words


The Videos for the 2015 Annual International Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding are Ready to be Watched

The International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation wishes to inform the public that the videos for the 2015 Annual International Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding are ready to be watched. 105 more words


Building Security and Justice After Conflict – Student Position Papers

At the end of the SCID Course, students are asked to reflect upon the whole Course and write a position paper (of about 750 words). The paper should be on an issue related to building security and justice in post-conflict environments that they feel most passionate about which requires attention by, at least an element of, the international community. 121 more words

Dividing the Threat Multiplier: An Argument for Effective International Prosecution Against Grand Corruption and Kleptocratic Regimes - Maren Moon

The release of the Panama Papers by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has fuelled spectacular revelations regarding the scale of grand corruption and the wider system which enables it (ICIJ, 2016: np).  2,457 more words


Small Arms Control - Jonathan Bradbeer

One of the great challenges facing the world today is the widespread availability of small arms. Deaths related to Small Arms account for large proportion of the average of 52,000 battle deaths per year, along with the average of 500,000 non combat violent deaths per year (Krause 2010 p.4). 1,027 more words


The Responsibility to Protect doctrine - Mario Torre Alvarez

Considered as a core principle for human security, the Responsibility to Protect doctrine, henceforward R2P, has gained momentum as a toolbox used to protect civilians from suffering mass human-induced violence. 866 more words