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This section shows our latest publications in the four categories newsletter/SIE, policy brief, working papers and worth readings

Peacebuilding and Democracy Promotion: What current challenges to the latter might tell us for rethinking the former

Cover of the edited volume.

Wolff, J. (2016). Peacebuilding and Democracy Promotion: What current challenges to the latter might tell us for rethinking the former. En T. Debiel, T. Held, U. Schneckener (Ed.), Peacebuilding in Crisis. Rethinking Paradigms and Practices of Transnational Cooperation (pp. 73-90). Abingdon, England: Routledge.



CAPAZ Newsletter Issue No. 3 – August 2018

Dear readers:

We are pleased to present our third issue of the CAPAZ Institute Newsletter. Save the date! The CAPAZ events starting in September in our headquarters at the Claustro de San Agustín in Bogota will be followed by the CAPAZ’ first International Conference in Colombia. Peace and the presidential election in Colombia were central topics to our academic and institutional agenda in Germany and Colombia. In this issue, we share recent activities in the projects supported by CAPAZ and the meetings we held in the country’s different regions. We are also happy to present you the new CAPAZ Brochure and to tell you that the users of our information services have grown substantially along with the number of occasions on which CAPAZ is mentioned in the press. We hope you enjoy the reading!


English version

Spanish version


CAPAZ published the first Policy Brief of its Publication series

The German-Colombian Peace Institute CAPAZ is launching a new CAPAZ Publications series. The CAPAZ Policy Briefs report highly relevant political and social empirical research that supports policy definition and decision making.


The Policy Briefs include information about researchers’ policy proposals and recommendations on topics related to sustainable peacebuilding in Colombia. They provide access to scientific knowledge and knowledge transfer reflecting the research work undertaken to society in general and political actors in particular.


Click here to download Policy Brief No. 1 from the CAPAZ Publications series (in Spanish).


For more information:

Juliana González Villamizar

Scientific Collaborator CAPAZ Institute