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The Knowledge Hub is your comprehensive pool of publicly available resources on civilian crisis management. It offers policy and research papers, analyses, reports, recommendations as well as media files and links to relevant other websites or platforms. The CoE is constantly expanding the scope of resources and welcomes suggestions for inclusion of specific resources through the upload centre.

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    • Women, Peace and Security

    The #SHEcurity Index 2020

    Twenty years after the adoption of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security, the campaign #SHEcurity was launched in 2020 by MEP Hannah Neumann together with Women in International Security (WIIS), the Munich Security Conference & Southern Voice, the Allbright Foundation, German magazine CFFP and other organisations to raise awareness about the women in the field of peace and security. The campaign collects and analyses data on gender equality in foreign and security policy. Beyond yearly reports, it provides access to the full dataset behind the index.
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    • Women, Peace and Security

    Practical Guidance for Gender-Sensitive Conflict Analysis

    This two-page document presents practical guidance to analyse conflicts with a gender lens. Conflict analysis provides a basis for Member States to decide which EU foreign and security policy instruments to use and is part of CSDP mission planning and strategic review processes.
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    • Women, Peace and Security

    Workshop Report: How to Increase Women’s Participation in Civilian Crisis Management Missions

    Launching its operational activities, the European Centre of Excellence for Civilian Crisis Management (CoE) organised a workshop ‘How to Increase Women’s Participation in Civilian Crisis Management Missions’ on 16 September 2020. The hybrid event took place at the CoE premises and online bringing together about 50 practitioners, policymakers, researchers and other experts in gender, human resources, management and training in civilian CSDP. The workshop highlighted one of the focus areas of the CoE: to support its Member States and EU structures in actively promoting an increase in the representation of women among international experts at all levels of civilian CSDP missions, as outlined in Commitment 16 of the Civilian CSDP Compact.
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    • Civilian CSDP - JHA Cooperation
    • Women, Peace and Security

    Sectoral Brief: Gender and Security

    This policy brief on Gender and Security was prepared under the gender mainstreaming programme of the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE). It provides a comprehensive and concise overview of the EU’s main internal security priorities which include tackling terrorism and violent extremism, organised crime and cybercrime and highlights some of the main areas of gender inequality in the area.
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    • Research, Development, Innovation and Technology
    • Strategic Context of Civilian CSDP

    Communication from the Commission on the EU Security Union Strategy

    This document issued by the Commission in 2020 pictures the changing security threats and calls for an EU coordinated response. It presents 4 strategic priorities and key-actions for each of them.
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    • Career Path Development
    • National Systems and Frameworks of Secondment

    Exploring EU Member States’ Good Practices: Incentives for More Secondment into Civilian CSDP Missions

    This policy brief by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) discusses the declining number of personnel seconded by Member States to civilian CSDP missions. It posits that the key to reversing this trend is addressing obstacles at the national level that hinder the recruitment and deployment of civilian experts with specialised profiles.
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    • Training
    • Women, Peace and Security

    Human Resources Report 2019

    This is the annual Human Resources Report of the European External Action Service (EEAS) for the year 2019. It provides an overview of the main administrative and policy developments as regards human resources as well as detailed statistics on the EEAS staff distribution by different categories.
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    Statutes of the CoE as an Association under Germany's Private Law

    There are the statues of the European Centre of Excellence for Civilian Crisis Management, established in the founding assembly of the association on 25 February 2020 in Berlin and amended by the Director on 22 May 2020.
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    • Civilian CSDP Compact

    2019 Council Conclusions on the 2018 Civilian CSDP Compact

    In this document, Member States reaffirm, one year after the adoption of the 2018 civilian CSDP Compact, their commitment to the Compact and take stock of progress made with regards to its implementation.
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    • Civilian CSDP Compact

    Towards a More Capable European Union Civilian CSDP

    This policy brief by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) outlines challenges facing civilian CSDP missions and recommends ways forward for the European External Action Service (EEAS) and Member States that would help address these issues.
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