Dr. Antje Herrberg

EUCAP Sahel Niger

Dr. Antje Herrberg is currently the Chief of Staff of EUCAP Sahel Niger, a security capacity building mission based in Niamey following a secondment at the EU Delegation to the Democratic Republic of Congo as a Special Advisor on peace and stabilisation. Prior to this, she had been a Senior Mediation Advisor at the EU European External Action Service working both on the policy and on the operational side of peace process support including early warning and conflict prevention. With more than 24 years of leadership experience, she was also in the UN Standby Team for mediation, and served as Chief advisor to Nobel Peace Price Laureate Martti Ahtisaari. She was Director for several International NGOs such as mediateur, the Crisis Management Initative, Interpeace, and EastWest Institute. Dr. Herrberg's academic training and her role as a visiting professor at the College of Europe have allowed her to advance interdisciplinary approaches to conflict resolution also playing pioneering roles in climate peace and security, the neuro and psychological dimension in peace mediation and the creation of community of peace practices in the EU, the Black Sea Region, and in Ukraine whilst always being a persistent advocate for inclusivity. She has wide experience in dealing with non-state violent actors and terrorists in a number of country settings from Eastern Europe to Indonesia and Africa. She has trained and coached more than a thousand diplomats in various fields of peace process support.

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Political deadlock and regional conflict dynamics

Political deadlock and regional conflict dynamics – how to pacify the Great Lakes region?Peacebuilding

Reshaping Alliances for Peace and Security

Political Evening

In response to global developments in the last decade, the EU has made it an objective to become a “security provider” – also in regions which are increasingly characterised by power politics. In this context, how can Europe be a credible and reliable partner to keep peacebuilding on the agenda?

Dr. Antje Herrberg is currently the Chief of Staff of EUCAP Sahel Niger, a security capacity building mission based in Niamey following a secondment at the EU Delegation to the Democratic Republic of Congo as a Special Advisor on peace and stabilisation. Prior to this, she had been a Senior Mediation Advisor at the EU European External Action Service working both on the policy and on the operational side of peace process support including early warning and conflict prevention. With more than 24 years of leadership experience, she was also in the UN Standby Team for mediation, and served as Chief advisor to Nobel Peace Price Laureate Martti Ahtisaari. She was Director for several International NGOs such as mediateur, the Crisis Management Initative, Interpeace, and EastWest Institute. Dr. Herrberg's academic training and her role as a visiting professor at the College of Europe have allowed her to advance interdisciplinary approaches to conflict resolution also playing pioneering roles in climate peace and security, the neuro and psychological dimension in peace mediation and the creation of community of peace practices in the EU, the Black Sea Region, and in Ukraine whilst always being a persistent advocate for inclusivity. She has wide experience in dealing with non-state violent actors and terrorists in a number of country settings from Eastern Europe to Indonesia and Africa. She has trained and coached more than a thousand diplomats in various fields of peace process support.

Join me in:

Political deadlock and regional conflict dynamics

Political deadlock and regional conflict dynamics – how to pacify the Great Lakes region?Peacebuilding

Reshaping Alliances for Peace and Security

Political Evening

In response to global developments in the last decade, the EU has made it an objective to become a “security provider” – also in regions which are increasingly characterised by power politics. In this context, how can Europe be a credible and reliable partner to keep peacebuilding on the agenda?

The FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum is a series of events on current and overarching challenges and trends in peacebuilding. With the Peacebuilding Forum, we want to provide future-oriented impulses for the development of peacebuilding and strengthen the visibility and importance of the policy field in its entirety.

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und Entwicklung (FriEnt)
c/o GIZ

Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 36
53113 Bonn

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