News about GAP

GAP-project present at IECEU and WOSCAP conference in Bryssels on 8th November

Comprising Spatial Socio-Cultural Knowledge Workshop 11 (SSKW) and Culture in Conflict

CMI: A high-level seminar shared best practices for inclusion of women in peacemaking

Methodology of GAP presented at technical review in Dublin

GAP consortium in Dublin

Sign in for IECEU & WOSCAP conference on conflict prevention and peacebuilding on 8th November in Brussels

Article in Contemporary Military Challenges, an interdisciplinary scientific and technical publication published by Slovenian Armed Forces

CMI Finland: High-level seminar marks Finland’s expertise in peacemaking and gender equality

GAP’s September newsletter on mid-term conference published

EU Comprehensive Crisis Management Course at FINCENT

GAP mid-term conference: Learning Soft Skills in Peacebuilding ‘Training Through Gaming’ hosted by Laurea

GAP-project represented in IAPTC Conference in Cairo

Crisis Management Initiative (CMI): New dialogue eases tensions in Moldova: “This is a breakthrough”

Female officers as a majority for the first time in an UN military observer course in Finland

A free, four week online course ‘Achieving Sustainable Development’ is launching on 11 September 2017

GAP at the Applied Human Factor and Ergonomics International Conference in Los Angeles

GAP’s first newsletter has been published

From Scenarios to soft skills and competences needed in peacebuilding – Workshop was organised in Finland 6 June 2017

Workshop with Irish and Northern Irish Peacekeepers

“Mapping on scenarios” Workshop in Finland

GAP participated in EAPCT 2017 Meeting in Helsinki

GAP researchers interview peacekeepers in six countries

Gaming for Peace (GAP) links to other crises

Commencement of Interviews for GAP researchers

Gaming for Peace Goes to Brussels, Belgium and Sandövägen, Sweden

Interview preparation for GAP researchers

Gaming for Peace (GAP) goes to Rome

https://futureanalytics.ie/gap-kick-off/

The Proteus effect: How gaming may revolutionise peacekeeping