An independent, non-profit think tank that brings together policy-makers, scholars, and practitioners from the world’s leading institutions in order to devise, strengthen and improve forward-looking approaches to global governance. They work for a more equitable, peaceful, and sustainable global order based on effective but accountable international organizations, the global rule of law, and the empowerment of the individual across borders and cultures.
- European Peace & Security Studies Certificate (EPSS) – A certificate program is a semester-long program that provides in-depth and unique insights into the changing nature and fundamental challenges of contemporary security issues from a distinctly Brussels perspective.
- National Backgrounders – European Foreign Policy – Explores the profile of the twenty-eight Member States of the European Union, in order to offer a general overview of their policy position in the past years, from a regional and an international point of view. For each country, the political system, the foreign policy, the peace and security policy, the economic policy, and other diplomatic priorities are covered.
- European Centre for Global Education – Tries to foster and advance global dialogue on the future of education, nurture innovative thinking throughout all levels of education, and empower policy makers and leaders in education to welcome and promote change as a means for delivering excellence.
- Global Risk Analysis & Crisis Management – Provides participants with unique insights and fundamental skills required for mastering the field of global risk analysis, early warning and the management of major man-made and natural disasters.
- Library of 50+ reports, analysis, factsheets, national background papers, etc.
- “A democratic justification for military and nonmilitary humanitarian intervention” (2012, 27p.) – A paper presenting a uniting “two central and ostensibly competing strands in the literature on state sovereignty and the moral permissibility of humanitarian intervention.”
- “Africa in Transition: A New Way of Looking at Progress in the Region” (2017, 374p.)
- An online calendar of past and upcoming events