The University for Applied Arts, Vienna, together with the association Konfliktkultur, have the pleasure to invite schools, museums, NGOs, and institutions to participate in the project DenkMalFrieden. The goal of this project is to examine the relationship between art and peace, and to encourage creative...

The University for Applied Arts, Vienna, together with the association Konfliktkultur, plan the edition of an anthology on three subjects: Thinking.Art.Peace. This anthology will reflect on the relations and interactions between thinking, art and peace....

We, of the Konfliktkultur association, are aware of our societies' urgent need to strengthen the practice of civil courage and to be prepared for meeting with "the other". This is about "them", who foster different opinions, are convinced about politics, which we do not approve....

This project started in October 2012, aiming to produce ‘Peace Trails’ in seven European cities: Berlin, Budapest, Manchester, Paris, The Hague, Torino and Vienna. Peace Trails lead to addresses where people have lived and worked or are still active in some kind of engagement for...

‘Peace Matters’ is a project which aims to combine different fields of peace activities. Peace is not a condition of life that develops or disappears by itself. Peace is not the result of a decision by the leaders of society....

The project promotes the importance of positive emotions to improve relationships. We shared and expanded our knowledge on communication techniques and we exchanged expertise with a special focus on appreciation, as one of the most important expressions of constructive loving emotions. It was a journey...

‘Imagine Peace’ was an international network project from 2003 till 2006 in remembrance on Bertha von Suttner, and her being the first female Nobel-Peace-Price laureate in the year 1915. The objective of our project was to bring about new images of peace in distinction to...

The aim of the P.A.K.T. project was to improve conflict-intelligence, to stimulate curiosity, creativity and decision-making abilities. In the course of the project, conflict education modules should be used to make young people aware of how conflicts can be handled constructively and to support the...

The object of the project veto-online was to develop e-learning-modules for constructive conflict behaviour. During 2003 and 2006 we worked with students (age 16 to 22) of five European countries in developing playful creative electronic learning modules – hence strengthening their own intercultural democratic conflict...