Geneva International Peace Research Institute (GIPRI)

Among the main activities of GIPRI, is the organization of yearly summer courses dealing with peace. It benefits of the help of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), and since a few years of the Pole Bernheim of Peace of the Université Libre de Bruxelles. The other peace-related activity of GIPRI is Research and Research coordination. The Research results are published in information Bulletin issues and Booklets. GIPRI conducts other projets like the Israeli-Palestinian water studies: an assessment of twelve year of cooperation efforts or the support network for the Iraqi Academics.

The Geneva International Peace Research Institute (GIPRI) acts independently of any political or religious faith, to promote scientific pluri-disciplinary studies and research on peace problems. It provides analyses in various sensible fields like sources of conflicts, arms control etc.

  • Civil Society
  • Civilian Small Arms Control
  • Good Offices and Peace Support
  • Human Rights
  • Humanitarian Protection
  • Mine Action

Good Offices and Peace Support

As an independent international institution located in Switzerland, the Geneva International Peace Research Institute intends to promote a peace approach (rather than a conventional security approach) to the energy and security questions in Iran, for Iran and for its neighbours and beyond.
Other
  • Capacity and development training
  • Policy advice
  • Research and policy development
Description of activities
Project on Israeli-Palestinian water studies: an assessment of twelve year of cooperation efforts / Palestine
The Water Conference: The aim of this conference is to find concrete and common solutions to the shortage and the sharing out of water in Palestine; by organizing meetings and discussions between Israeli and Palestinian scientists. / Palestine
Iran Conference - WHICH ENERGY, WHAT SECURITY FOR IRAN AND ITS NEIGHBOURS? / Iran
Rebuilding Iraqi's university system / Iraq

Human Rights

Civilian Small Arms Control

  • Africa
    • Eastern Africa
      • Burundi
Geneva International Peace Research Institute (GIPRI)
Voie Creuse 16
Geneva CH-1202
Non-governmental organisation
Between 100.000 to 250.000 CHF per annum
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Voie Creuse 16
Geneva CH-1202
In-country office

The daily management of GIPRI is coordinated by the manager Dr. Gabriel Galice with the help of the president, Pr. Jean-Pierre Stroot. They are assisted in their task by technical advisors and trainees from various horizons.

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Director
Cecilia Viret-Quezada
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Network

ECOSOC

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Other
Other: 
United Nations
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advisory status

IHEID

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Formal
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Academic
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Summer courses

ULB

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Formal
Type: 
Academic
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Summer courses

UNESCO

Type: 
Formal
Type: 
Other
Other: 
United Nations

UNIDIR

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Formal
Type: 
Other
Other: 
United Nations
Description: 

Summer Courses

Partnership

Without name

Description: 

The GPP was created in order to provide a neutral arena for the development of innovative practical