Brown Bag Lunch Events

EPLO Brown Bag Lunch events are 1 - 1.5 hour-long, informal round-table discussions on a wide range of geographic and thematic topics with relevance for the EU and its support for peacebuilding and conflict prevention. More

 

Latest Event


The EU and peacebuilding in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Thursday 2 July 2015

 (13.00-14.00)

 


 

Academic Friends

Academic Friends of EPLO is an informal network of academics working on peacebuilding and conflict issues, and/or the role of the EU in peacebuilding worldwide. The purpose of the network is to connect practitioners and advocates seeking to influence the EU to make it more effective at peacebuilding with academics carrying out research on the EU and conflict. More

 


 

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Civil Society Events

 

This page includes information about events which are being organised by EPLO's member organisations and other civil society organisations or events which are open to civil society participation.

 

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Upcoming events organised by EPLO member organisations

 

 

Title Geneva Peace Talks 2015
Organisers Interpeace, in partnership with United Nations Office at Geneva and Geneva Peacebuilding Platform
Date Friday 18 September 2015
Time 16.30-18.00
Location Geneva, Switzerland

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Description

Held in one of the largest and most prestigious conference rooms of the Palais des Nations, home of the United Nations Office in Geneva, and involving speakers from widely different horizons, the Geneva Peace Talks aim to reach well beyond Geneva. In fact, the goal of this year’s edition is not only to span the globe in the promotion of peace, but also to span history by exploring past and present peace efforts. This will help draw important conclusions for the future of peacebuilding.

 

The Geneva Peace Talks will feature speakers from diverse backgrounds, representing the various sectors of society. Coming from violent and divided environments, they will explain how they are contributing to peacebuilding efforts around the world.

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Registration will open on Monday 17 August 2015. More

 

 

Upcoming events organised by other organisations

 

Title Health Through Peace 2015: Confronting War, Militarisation and Global Insecurity                                                                                                                                                                       
Type Teach-In and Forum
Organisers Medact
Date 13-14 November 2015
Location London, UK

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Description

War, armed conflict and militarism end and blight the lives of hundreds of millions of people worldwide. These problems are being intensified by climate change, resource depletion and increasing inequality, as well as a growing and unaccountable military-industrial complex.Our response to these issues relies on too narrow an idea of what it means to be secure, whilst we continue to believe that we can protect ourselves from complex threats by military power alone. Doing so in an increasingly inter-connected and fragile world only accentuates our insecurity. Nurses, doctors and other health professionals have a key role to play in challenging the drivers of war and armed conflict. We can also promote of a vision of security that is based on health, sustainability, peace and, ultimately, our common humanity. We are calling on the UK health community to promote health by confronting war and militarisation, and tackling the root drivers of global insecurity.

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Civil Society Dialogue Network

The Civil Society Dialogue Network (CSDN) is a mechanism for dialogue between civil society and EU policy-makers on issues related to peace and conflict. It is co-financed by the European Union (Instrument for Stability) and EPLO, and managed by EPLO in co-operation with the European Commission (EC) and the European External Action Service (EEAS)More

 

Latest Event

 

Training Seminar on the EU and Peacebuilding

9-10 July 2015

Brussels

 


 

The EU and Peacebuilding: From European Peace Project to Global Actor

The EU and Peacebuilding: From European Peace Project to Global Actor was an 18-month project co-financed by the European Commission (Europe for Citizens Programme) and aimed at engaging a broad range of actors in a dialogue on the EU's role in conflict prevention and peacebuilding, and its history as a peace project. More