Höfði Reykjavík Peace Centre, a collaborative effort of the City of Reykjavik and the University of Iceland, is a forum for international multidisciplinary cooperation, with an emphasis on the role of small states, cities and citizens in promoting peace.
The Centre promotes interdisciplinary and international research in peace and conflict studies and strives to enable informed policy making and providing a platform for discussion and education about peace and conflict.
Maximilian Conrad on the importance of studying post-truth politics in the context of the ongoing Corona crisis (in Swedish).
In the spring of 2016, the Institute of International Affairs and the University of Iceland were commissioned to work on a comprehensive analysis of the quality of integration of refugees and immigrants into Icelandic society by the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Welfare. This is an abstract …