Conflict prevention and peacebuilding are not isolated initiatives. Rather they are best conceptualised as a continuum of activities covering various stages of the life cycle of conflict (from rising tensions to the outbreak of conflict to post-crisis stabilisation). Thus, in order to examine current examples of conflict prevention and peacebuilding and to offer policy-relevant advice to practitioners, EU-CIVCAP will examine conflict prevention and peacebuilding through the entire conflict cycle in order to provide a holistic assessment of exiting capabilities and potential capability shortfalls.
EU-CIVCAP’s Objectives are achieved through nine Work Packages (WPs), more detail about which is available below. If you would like to know more about how EU-CIVCAP is carrying out its work, please see Deliverable 2.6 – the project’s conceptual framework – at the bottom of this page.
Capabilities in conflict prevention and peace-building: technology, personnel and procedures
EU conflict prevention: capabilities and policies
European and international responses to conflict early response
EU conflict prevention and peacebuilding in the Western Balkans and Horn of Africa
Local capacity-building strategies
Lessons identified, lessons learned, and best practices
Dissemination and communication
Ethics and data protection
Published: 23 May 2017
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