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Simulating Human Rights in Peacebuilding (SHARINPEACE)

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The project “Simulating Human Rights in Peacebuilding” (SHARINPEACE) aims at the implementation of an EU-wide organised two-part module. Students will first gain central competences in the interrelated domains of human rights and peacebuilding and, in the second part, perform their gained competences in a network-wide Crisis Intervention Simulation (CRIS).

SHARINPEACE is dedicated to a key motive for founding the EU, which is strengthening peace, solidarity and human rights within Europe and beyond. The guiding principle of the consortium is the social responsibility of higher education on regional, national and international level. SHARINPEACE aims at qualifying young Europeans, the decision-makers of tomorrow, in conceiving and practising human rights as intrinsic part of peacebuilding and the EU as such.

SHARINPEACE brings together scholars from different disciplines (international law, peace and conflict studies, political and social sciences, history) as well as experts from key organisations working in the respective fields, particularly in European institutions.

Project period: 2022-2024
Funding institution: European Union (Erasmus+ KA 2)
Partners: Södertörns Högskola (Sweden), Syddansk Universitet (Denmark), Uniwersytet Łódzki (Poland), Univerzitet Singidunum (Serbia), Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen (Germany), Philipps-Universität Marburg (Germany)
Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Thorsten Bonacker