Around Europe 352 – August/September 2013

In this issue of Around Europe QCEA Intern Annie Schulz discusses hate speech in European Union Member States. Associate Professor in Risk Management and Community Resilience, and Swedish Quaker Per Becker writes about how national identity and political elites have influenced the involvement in conflicts. Former QCEA Representative Martina Weitsch describes the recent EU guidelines on eligibility for funding of entities registered […]

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Briefing paper: poverty, inequality and climate change

This briefing paper was created to create a discussion on the need for policy coherence between climate change, energy, external action (including conflict prevention), trade, economic policy, and international development as these all relate directly to a sustainable future for those within Europe and those in other areas. The paper considers the way in which […]

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Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention – A Study of EU Development Cooperation with ACP Countries

Development cooperation is an important part of EU relations with developing countries, and the link between development and conflict prevention is increasingly being realised by the EU as well as by other donors. Development cooperation is likewise highlighted in the Commission Communication from 2001 as a policy area where conflict prevention needs to be mainstreamed. This report studies the […]

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Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention in ACP Countries – Somalia Case Study

In 2001 the EU introduced the approach of ‘mainstreaming’ conflict prevention into its Partnership Agreement with the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. QCEA carried out case studies on six ACP countries and this report looks at the EU conflict prevention programme in Somalia. The purpose of this project is to serve as an educational tool about […]

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Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention in ACP Countries – Fiji Case Study

In 2001 the EU introduced the approach of ‘mainstreaming’ conflict prevention into its Partnership Agreement with the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. QCEA carried out case studies on six ACP countries and this report looks at the EU conflict prevention programme in Fiji. The purpose of this project is to serve as an educational tool about […]

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Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention Report – A Study of EU Action in ACP Countries

The EU introduced the approach of ‘mainstreaming’ conflict prevention into all elements of its programming and policy-making in 2001. Mainstreaming conflict prevention means that conflict prevention should be systematically incorporated into all areas of EU policy and engagement in third countries. This implies conflict-sensitivity in all areas of programming. QCEA studied the impact that this […]

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Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention – Uganda Case Study

In 2001 the EU introduced the approach of ‘mainstreaming’ conflict prevention into its Partnership Agreement with the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. QCEA carried out case studies on six ACP countries and this report looks at the EU conflict prevention programme in Uganda. The purpose of this project is to serve as an educational tool about […]

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