Natascha Zupan

Working Group on Peace and Development (FriEnt)

Natascha Zupan is Director of the Working Group on Peace and Development (FriEnt). For 20 years, she is working on linkages between peacebuilding and development with a specific focus on the Middle East and former Yugoslav countries, dealing with the past and transitional justice as well as Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships. Natascha studied Middle Eastern Studies and History. After short term assignments with peace building organisations in Palestine and Macedonia, she worked for KOFF/swisspeace and the Swiss Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, supporting the design and implementation of Switzerland's regional peace building program in the Western Balkans.

 

Join me in:

The EU and Conflict Prevention – What Next After the German Presidency?

Virtual Session 3Act

What has been achieved by the 2020 German Presidency to enhance the EU’s contribution to building sustainable peace? And how can Germany and civil society help sustain these efforts and move forward?

Transitional Justice and Prevention: Contributions and Challenges

Virtual Session 19Translate

This session will address the relationship of transitional justice to prevention. Targeted at policymakers in peacebuilding and development, it draws on the experiences of Colombia, Germany, and Sierra Leone.

Natascha Zupan is Director of the Working Group on Peace and Development (FriEnt). For 20 years, she is working on linkages between peacebuilding and development with a specific focus on the Middle East and former Yugoslav countries, dealing with the past and transitional justice as well as Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships. Natascha studied Middle Eastern Studies and History. After short term assignments with peace building organisations in Palestine and Macedonia, she worked for KOFF/swisspeace and the Swiss Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, supporting the design and implementation of Switzerland's regional peace building program in the Western Balkans.

 

Join me in:

The EU and Conflict Prevention – What Next After the German Presidency?

Virtual Session 3Act

What has been achieved by the 2020 German Presidency to enhance the EU’s contribution to building sustainable peace? And how can Germany and civil society help sustain these efforts and move forward?

Transitional Justice and Prevention: Contributions and Challenges

Virtual Session 19Translate

This session will address the relationship of transitional justice to prevention. Targeted at policymakers in peacebuilding and development, it draws on the experiences of Colombia, Germany, and Sierra Leone.

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.

Kontakt

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Frieden
und Entwicklung (FriEnt)
c/o GIZ

Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 36
53113 Bonn