About the Institute for Peace in Partnership

The Institute for Peace in Partnership was created by eight students from Vesalius College (Brussels) in their last semester of studies in International Affairs. It was formed as part of their Capstone course on “EU’s Return to Peacekeeping” with Dr. Joachim A. Koops.

Together, we aim to advance EU-UN partnership in Peacekeeping, by means of a group Bachelor Thesis that we will present to the UN Liason Office for Peace and Security (UNLOPS) in April 2016.

On this page, the IPP Team will keep you updated with the advancement of its research project.

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The Capstone Course Students with their course facilitator Joachim A. Koops and clients Rory Keane and Annika Kohnert
  • 21 January 2016 – The Institute for Peace in Partnership is created as part of the Vesalius College International Affairs Capstone course, with UN Peacekeeping expert Dr. Joachim A. Koops as course facilitator.
  • 18 February 2016 – The Institute for Peace in Partnership establishes its research path, in function of its clients’ priorities.
  • 22 February 2016 – The Institute for Peace in Partnership submits its research proposals to Dr. Joachim A. Koops.
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United Nations Liaison Office for Peace and Security (UNLOPS)

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