Our publications are updated regularly. All publications can be downloaded free of charge. Please select from the categories below.
These are documents produced by EU-CIVCAP for the European Commission, as agreed in its Grant Agreement. These include detailed reports on the EU’s civilian capabilities in conflict prevention and peacebuilding.
These are published articles in peer-reviewed international journals. All journal articles are published with Open Access rights, meaning that you can freely download them at any time without an individual or institutional subscription.
EU-CIVCAP’s quarterly newsletters, managed by our Partner CEPS, continually summarise the project’s progress in organising events, conducting research and producing deliverables and wider publications. It also contains editorials from our workshops.
EU-CIVCAP produces regular policy briefings, which are short, concise documents summarising our recommendations on specific areas of the EU’s civilian capabilities in conflict prevention and peacebuilding for the policy community.
EU-CIVCAP Reports showcase our completed research in targeted reports, often being drawn from our Deliverables. You can freely download our Reports at any time.
EU-CIVCAP Working Papers showcase our present research, with the advantage that they are released ahead of journal articles. Each Working Paper is considered to be a work in progress. You can freely download them at any time.
From our Partners and affiliates
These publications are published by our Partners and affiliates and hosted on external websites. The hyperlinks below will take you to the externally-hosted publications.
This is a collection of the documents produced as part of EU-CIVCAP’s work on DL 6.1: Evaluating international efforts on local capacity building. These works have collectively led to the creation of the PeaceCapacity impact project.
This is a collection of the documents produced as part of EU-CIVCAP’s work on DL 3.3: Reports on integrating conflict prevention in CSDP, EU trade policy and EU development policy. The Deliverable contains two interlinked reports, which are also offered as separate documents.