New call for papers addressing emerging themes in Global PeaceTech
As the international community continues to grapple with how to respond to conflicts worldwide, there is growing recognition of the critical role that data and technology can play in fostering peace, and preventing future conflicts. In light of this, we are calling for contributions to a new special collection in our #OpenAccess sister journal Data & […]
Global PeaceTech: navigating the landscape, innovating governance
by Lucia Bosoer, Michele Giovanardi, Teona Nesovic
Exploring the Potential of Technology to Enhance Global Peace at the First Annual Conference of the Global PeaceTech Hub
The first Annual Conference of the Global PeaceTech Hub brought together experts and representatives from different PeaceTech Labs, research institutes, non-profit organizations, governments, and companies to discuss how technology can enhance peace at the global level. The conference was organized by the Global PeaceTech Hub and was an invitation-only event. However, on the second day […]
Peacetech Topic Map. A Research Base for an Emerging Field
by Behruz Davletov, Uma Kalkar, Marine Ragnet, and Stefaan Verhulst
Global PeaceTech Map
The Global PeaceTech Hub team and students from the Master in Transnational Governance at EUI the School of Transnational Governance have collaborated to create an interactive map that aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the projects, initiatives, and organizations working at the intersection of peace and technology. The map includes only […]
Geneva Peace Week launches digital series on peace innovation
The Global PeaceTech Hub participates to the Digital Series of the Geneva Peace Week with a contribution under Peace Innovation.
Data for Peace and Humanitarian Response? The Case of the Ukraine-Russia War
By Behruz Davletov, Uma Kalkar, Salwa Mansuri, Marine Ragnet, and Stefaan Verhulst
Swiss Ambassador Alexandre Fasel on the role of Anticipatory Science Diplomacy in addressing future global challenges
The Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator, ambassador Fasel explains, has devised a method for Anticipatory Science Diplomacy that consists of three steps: anticipation, acceleration, translation.
KluzPrize for PeaceTech call open
The KluzPrize for PeaceTech rewards researchers and practitioners who, through their applied research and innovative projects, study or exploit the opportunities offered by emerging technologies to have a positive impact on peace and cooperation across borders.
Internet Diplomacy: Shaping the Global Politics of Cyberspace
Edited By Meryem Marzouki And Andrea Calderaro