Research projects elaborated for UNESCO

 

In 1989/1900 for the needs of, and in cooperation with the UNESCO, the ECPD realised two research projects relating to human rights and disarmament problems, i.e.:
Human Rights and the Right of Unfavoured Groups and Handicapped Persons to a Better Life; and
Research on the Consequences of Armament and Conditions that Favour Disarmament.

The latter one was implemented under three headings:

·         Research on the Consequences of Armament and Conditions that Favour Disarmament;

·         Developing a General Theory of Disarmament; and

·         Contribution to the Founding of a Radical Theory of Responsibility.

These headings were elaborated by scientific workers and researchers from the ECPD, University of Zagreb and Sarajevo University.

 

 

Evropski centar za mir i razvoj Univerziteta za mir UN obaveštava da su doktorske disertacije i Izveštaji o oceni disertacija Aleksandra Plavšina pod naslovom „Uticaj aktuelne ekonomske diplomatije Republike Srbije na izvoz i strane investicije i njeno moguće unapređenje“; Aleksandra Weisnera pod naslovom „Primarna i sekundarna prevencija oružanog nasilja adolescenata u Srbiji“ i Novaka Lučića pod naslovom „Analiza i ocjena stranih direktnih investicija u Makedoniji sa projekcijama dugoročnog razvoja“ stavljeni na uvid javnosti u Sekretarijatu ECPD (Beograd, Terazije 41), 15 dana od 12.9.2017. godine.
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