European Peace Research Association (EUPRA)
1990-12-01 Bonn Germany
Founded following decision 5 Jul 1990, Groningen (Netherlands), of general conference of International Peace Research Association (IPRA), having been initiated at a meeting on 16 Dec 1988, Groningen (Netherlands).
Advance interdisciplinary research into the causes of war and conditions of peace by: providing a European Forum for Peace Researchers; stimulating national and international research and education related to the pursuit of peace; facilitating contact between scholars; encouraging dissemination of information on peace research and its results; assisting coordination of peace research in different countries, including exchange of lecturers and researchers.
Events2022-05 | Tampere, Finland – General Conference
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General Conference (every 2 years); Board.
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