Knowledge for Peace

 

The research project “Knowledge for Peace. Understanding research, policy and practice synergies” aims to improve peacebuilding practice by looking at how research and knowledge about peace and its components are generated and how the politics of knowledge production impact policy making. The project focuses on transitional justice processes in Côte d’Ivoire, South Sudan and Mozambique.

Peacebuilding is “ambiguous, elastic and politicised…as a concept and as a practice

Bush and Duggan, 2014: 304

Any fool can know. The point is to understand   

Albert Einstein

Conference Paper

AU and EU transitional justice policies

Ulrike Lühe will be presenting a paper on “AU and EU transitional justice policy discourses in comparative perspective” at the EUPRA-AFK joint conference in Schwerte, Villigst […]

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Knowledge for Peace at ISA 2017

Prof. Laurent Goetschel will be presenting a paper on “When does research impact on policy in peacebuilding?” at the 2017 International Studies Association Annual Convention from […]

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The Pragmatic as Neutral?

Prof. Laurent Goetschel presented a paper entitled ‘The Pragmatic as Neutral? The Politics of Knowledge Production and Research Partnerships’ at the 2016 General Conference of the […]

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