Addressing security sector reform in Yemen

Addressing Security Sector Reform in Yemen – Challenges and Opportunities for Intervention during and post-Conflict

Project duration: December 2016–ca. November 2017

The Regional Office Gulf States of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and CARPO are jointly organizing the conference ‘‚Addressing Security Sector Reform in Yemen. Challenges and Opportunities for Intervention during and post-Conflict’ from April 03-05 2017 at the Dead Sea in Jordan. The aim of this conference is to bring together distinguished experts and practitioners from Yemen and the region as well as from Europe and the United States in order to discuss lessons learned from previous attempts at SSR in Yemen.

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Women's role in peace and security in Yemen

Enhancing Women’s Role in Peace and Security

Project duration: July 2016–June 2017

From July 2016 to June 2017, CARPO implemented the research project ‘Enhancing Women’s Role in Peace and Security’ in Yemen in cooperation with Saferworld and the Yemen Polling Center. The aim of the research, was to provide sound knowledge on issues around women and peace-building in Yemen during conflict.

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Dawla madaniyya

Dawla Madaniyya – A Future for the Civil State in the Arab World?

Academic Workshop at the University of Cologne, 19-20 January 2015

CARPO organized this workshop in cooperation with Laila Al-Zwaini (Re:Orient) and Prof. Dr. Sabine Damir-Geilsdorf (Seminar for Oriental Studies, University of Cologne) in order to discuss with accepted participants the historical roots, notions and visions, as well as future prospects of and for the concept dawla madaniyya (usually translated as ‘civil state’ or ‘civic state’) in the Arab world.

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