EU-CIVCAP’s next workshop takes place in a month’s time in Brussels, Belgium. Please see this article for details about the event, including registration details and the programme for the day.
Those who have straddled both sides of the analyst/practitioner divide will be all too aware of the problems of applying theory to practice when it comes to conflict.
On 16 March 2017 in Brussels, the third Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Policy Forum was held, in which a panel of two European Union officials, a senior diplomat of a Member State, and a civil society representative debated the concept of ‘resilience’ and its implications for EU conflict prevention and peacebuilding.
Community-oriented policing is not necessarily new, but its popularity has grown significantly over the recent past. The purpose of community policing is often to improve community-police relations and ensure greater police responsiveness to local safety and security issues.
The idea of the EU as a peace process is an important strand in the EU’s identity in dealing with the rest of the world, and the European Council has declared that conflict prevention is a primary objective of the EU’s external action.
Correspondent: Gilberto Algar-Faria Date: 23 February 2017 Article EU-CIVCAP Partner Giovanni Faleg, of CEPS, has published a new book entitled The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy: Learning Communities in International Organizations. Please see below for further details: Author: Giovanni Faleg Title: The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy: Learning Communities in International Organizations Year: 2016 Publisher: … Continue reading The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy by Giovanni Faleg