Procedures, Personnel and Technologies for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding: An Assessment of EU Member States' Capabilities

The report aims to provide an overview of the European Union (EU) Member States’ capabilities for conflict prevention and peacebuilding, focusing on personnel, procedures and technology and suggest recommendations to fill potential gaps.

Details: 
EU-CIVCAP Deliverable 2.1, 30 November 2016, 70 p.
Publication date: 
30/11/2016

List of Figures and Tables
Executive Summary
List of Abbrevations
1. Introduction
2. European Union’s Goals in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding

2.1 External Goals
2.2 Internal/Organisational Goals
3. Resources for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding
3.1 Organisational Resources and Procedures for EU Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding
3.2 Personnel: Training and Recruitment
3.2.1 Training
3.2.2 Recruitment
3.3 Technologies for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding
3.3.1 Smartphones, Pcs, Software and Big Data
3.3.2 Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
3.3.3 Satellite Systems
3.3.4 The “Dark Side of Technology”: Challenges to the Use of Technology in Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding
4. Assessing EU Member States’ Capabilities
4.1 Case Study: France
4.2 Case Study: Italy
4.3 Case Study: Germany
4.4 Case Study: Sweden
4.5 Case Studies Analysis
5. Conclusions and Recommendations
Bibliography
Annexes

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