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Polis Brief N° 14 | Vom Messenger verwirrt

Dieser Polis Brief widmet sich der zunehmenden Herausforderung mit Desinformationen im Kontext der COVID-19-Pandemie. Dabei betrachtet der Brief die besonderen Probleme beim Umgang mit Messenger-Diensten, die Folgen von Desinformation in Ausnahmesituationen und bewertet die Maßnahmen der EU im Kampf gegen Desinformation.

Polis Paper N° 11 | What’s next for Europe?

We do like – some of us even love – Europe, the EU or the european idea. But the EU we live in is not flawless. In the weeks following the election of the European Parliament, we asked Polis180 members what they think should be improved in the EU. Four topics emerged as policy areas where change needs to be brought on the way: institutional design and cultural policy, climate, digitalisation and security & defence. In these areas our contributors present current issues of EU politics and potential for progress.

Polis Brief N° 12 | Women in the Ukrainian Military

In her Polis Brief, Hanna Hrytsenko analyses the changing role of women in the Ukrainian military. She makes the point that the struggle to achieve guarantees for gender equality in the military has significant positive consequences for fighting gender stereotypes in society as a whole.

Polis Brief N° 11 | Implementation of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in Germany

Merle Huber argues that until today, the Women, Peace and Security agenda has fallen short of fulfilling hopes for a transformation of gendered power relations and challenging the norms behind discriminatory practices in security policies. In her Polis Brief, she focuses on how Germany can include a stronger transformative approach in its next National Action Plan post-2020.

Polis Brief N° 10 | Germany as a Global Peacebuilder

Drawing from the failed Turkish-Kurdish Peace Process and an analysis of the role of German-Turkish relations, Dilek Gürsel takes a look at the engagement of women in the Turkish-Kurdish peace process and outlines policy recommendations for Germany on how to support the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda in Turkey. 

Polis Paper #10 | CARE – An Environmental, Economic and Social Strategy for CO2 Taxation in Europe

An answer to our climate crisis needs a holistic solution. This paper’s CARE Program incorporates environmental challenges posed by global warming, an economic solution that implements a uniform carbon tax covering all emissions and a social design that reasserts social equity in the form of an equal per capita carbon dividend.

Polis Brief N° 9 | Europa nach dem INF: Wie weiter?

Der “Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty” (INF) zwischen Russland und den USA ist ausgelaufen. Droht eine neue atomare Aufrüstung in Europea? Auf jeden Fall ist es Zeit, die Interessen der Hauptbeteiligten und Handlungsoptionen Europas genauer zu betrachten.

Polis Paper #9 | Forderungskatalog zur europäischen Digitalisierungspolitik

Unter der Frage „Was sind Deine Forderungen und Ideen für die zukünftige europäische Digitalisierungspolitik?“ haben junge WählerInnen Forderungen zur europäischen Digitalisierungspolitik erarbeitet. Das Ergebnis ist dieser Forderungskatalog mit konkreten Forderungen und Ideen zu deren Umsetzung.

Jahresbericht 2018

Ein turbulentes Jahr voller Projekte und Veranstaltungen liegt hinter Polis. Der Jahresbericht zeigt unsere Highlights 2018 – und gibt einen Ausblick auf die spannenden Aktivitäten, die uns 2019 beschäftigen!

POLIS PAPER #8 | Wer Gender negiert, riskiert Straflosigkeit. Sexualisierte Gewalt im Kontext von UN-Friedensmissionen

In Konfliktregionen werden existierende Ungleichheiten zwischen den Geschlechtern verstärkt und Frauen* sind häufiger von sexualisierter Gewalt betroffen. Für die Umsetzung struktureller Reformen muss die Bekämpfung der Ungleichheiten zwischen den Geschlechtern, basierend auf gesellschaftlich konstruierten Ideen von Geschlechterrollen und insbesondere von Maskulinitäten, Hauptbestandteil der UN-Strategie werden.

Polis Brief N° 8 | Kenya’s Local Peace Committees

Local Peace Committees as a community response to conflict in Kenya have been praised and supported by the government and international donors alike. But can this model really be transferred to different contexts, and can it withstand bottom-up interference? Lisa Müller-Dormann examines lessons learned and the way ahead.

Polis Brief N° 6 | Gender in Peace Agreements: Lessons from Colombia

The Colombian Peace Agreement includes over 100 gender-sensitive measures. Our Polis Brief explores 1) how Germany, in line with its foreign policy goals, can advance the Women, Peace and Security Agenda by drawing on lessons from the Colombian Peace Agreement, and 2) how, in doing so, Germany can contribute to ensuring the implementation of these gender-sensitive measures.

Polis Brief N° 7 | Georgia’s Potential as a Regional Stabilizer in the South Caucasus

Neutral in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Georgia has counted on the international community to handle its resolution. But the persisting risk of the tensions evolving into a full-out war should push Tbilisi into envisaging ways to pursue a more proactive approach. Read in our Brief N° 7 what this could look like!

#womenps Report | Women, Peace and Security in Georgia and Ukraine

In how far does the UN Agenda on Women, Peace and Security provide opportunities for conflict management and transformation in Ukraine and Georgia? Why is it important to move beyond Women, Peace and Security towards a more inclusive ‚gender, peace and security‘? Find the answers in our report!

#GEOEUvalues Policy Paper | Normative Power vs. Democratic Backsliding

Since the end of the Cold War the EU has increasingly built its relations towards enlargement and neighboring states on values such as democracy and the rule of law. Those values are now, however, more and more under attack within the EU. Our paper examines how illiberal developments within the EU might affect the EU’s normative power and could also directly impact on its neighbors.

POLIS BRIEF #5 | CDPS’s Litmus Test

On 14 June 2018, EULEX Kosovo, the largest EU civilian mission to date, officially came to an end. With the stakes set high and the failure to protect civilian lives in Bosnia still painfully looming in the background, EULEX severely put to test the principles agreed upon in the CSDP. As Frauke Seebass argues in Polis Brief #5, the EU has used these lessons learned to reinvented its role in the region. 2018 has brought renewed momentum for EU cooperation with the Western Balkans as concrete strategies set out to pave a rocky road ahead.

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