The ‘Barn Owls Know No Boundaries’ project brings people from Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority to work together on solving environmental challenges. Nature conservation efforts, such as this one, are beneficial for all communities. More often than not, these benefits go beyond just biodiversity protection. Indeed, they may facilitate constructive dialogue across divides in conflict zones and perhaps even integrate nature conservation into peacebuilding interventions.
A Delegation from the Ministry of Unification of South Korea, led by the Director of the Economic and Social Analysis Division Kang Sung Hwan, visited the GCSP on 31 May, for an exchange of views on the recent developments of the diplomatic process over the Korean Peninsula and to examine the prospects for cooperation in the field of dialogue promotion.
“Barn Owls Know no Boundaries” project brings people from Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority to work together on solving an environmental challenge.
A Delegation led by the Director-General of the Research Institute for National Security Affairs (RINSA) of the Korea National Defense University (KNDU), Prof. Young Ho Kim, visited GCSP on 25 May, for a round of Strategic Talks focused on recent diplomatic developments on the Korean Peninsula and prospects of US-North Korean Summit in June.
Following two previous meeting, the GCSP and the Institute for Disarmament and Peace (IDP) from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), held the third round of their Confidence Building Measures (CBM) Seminar last week in Switzerland.