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Civil registration and vital statistics in conflict and emergencies

Blog | Published on 13-02-2015

Matthias Deneckere | Tony Land | Volker Hauck

In fragile regions affected by conflict, civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) is increasin [...]


Is education a hidden shortcut from crisis to stability?

Blog | Published on 13-03-2015

Fernanda Faria | Matthias Deneckere

The post-2015 education agenda must fully integrate itself into the humanitarian and peacebuilding a [...]


Dealing with protracted crises: No time for short-term thinking

Blog | Published on 05-02-2016

Matthias Deneckere

Conflict and security will continue to dominate the EU s foreign policy agenda in 2016. The continue [...]


Revisiting EU assistance in crisis situations: What place for humanitarian aid?

Blog | Published on 23-02-2017

Matthias Deneckere

Conflicts and protracted crises in the EU neighbourhood, alongside the resulting migration and refug [...]


Rethinking Germany’s peace policy: From crisis management to sustainable peace?

Blog | Published on 09-06-2017

Andrew Sherriff | Matthias Deneckere

Violent conflict at Europe s doorsteps, record levels of forced displacement and a concentration of [...]


Europe's response to violent conflict: Shifting priorities in a changing world?

Blog | Published on 29-05-2017

Andrew Sherriff | Matthias Deneckere | Pauline Veron

There is an ominous sense of change going through Europe and the rest of the world. Brexit, the rise [...]