International Catalan Institute for Peace

Founding Year: 2007

Staff: 15

Budget: €1,2m (2019)

Kristian Herbolzheimer Jepsson (Executive Director)

A research institution dedicated to dissemination and action, aiming to promote “peace culture both in Catalan society and the international arena, as well as to provide Catalonia with an active role as an agent of peace in the world.” It strives to “support public administrations, the academic world and civil society and reports to Parliament, the Government and the citizenry.”

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International Catalan Institute for Peace contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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