In this edition, we present an interview from 2019 with Betinna Tucci, Assistant Secretary-General and Controller of the United Nations Department of Management’s Office of Programme Planning, Budget and Accounts, in her first visit to the University for Peace. She shared her experiences as a woman in leadership positions in
Ideas for Peace Series – The role of the United Nations in Venezuela Venezuela is going through one of the most complicated crises in the world. There is a constant and progressive deterioration of the legal and political institutions and the economic situation; which has increased social inequalities and poverty.
Positive Peace: A Quantitative Approach to Peacebuilding The Executive Director of the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) (USA), Michael Collins gave a talk entitled “Positive Peace: A Quantitative Approach to Peacebuilding” as part of the optional course offered by the University for Peace, Peacebuilding, Organized Crime, and State Fragility.
Appreciative Inquiry is an innovative approach to creating deep connections and building bridges with others. While the Artificial Intelligence process feels quite intuitive, it is rarely applied systematically in practice. We will explore The Simultaneity Principle which says that inquiry and change are not truly separate moments but are simultaneous.
This is the 15 publication of the Ideas for Peace Series "Towards a Legally Binding Instrument on the Right to Development" it was written by Dr. Mihir Kanade and it seeks to explain the overall context for the adoption of an international biding treaty to ensure this right
Funny how things change Author: Peter Krupa Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 03/14/2005 Category: Interview Like all of us, Ruxandra Tanase has a few vivid memories from her childhood snapshots she calls them, and for her they are images of life in Romania before the fall of
Irene Munz writes: "I have the great pleasure to be with Tahmina in the same program, Gender and Peace Building, here at UPEACE. Although we detected very soon, that our motivations and interests are similar, each of us student is bringing a different background and different visions, enriching our daily
Better late - then never. A couple days after our official start at UPEACE (University for Peace), we noticed another colorful shirt and a new face of a tall strong man. As for many other African students the trip to UPEACE, was anything but easy. Sam’s journey included five stopovers,