CPS/ Who is who


Centre for Peace Studies - CPS

Centre for Peace Studies (Croatian abbreviation: CMS; English abbreviation: CPS) is a non-governmental and non-profit organization promoting non-violence and social change through education, research and activism. CPS grew out of various forms of direct peace-building in western Slavonia (Volunteers’ Project Pakrac, 1993-1997). It was founded in 1996 in Pakrac and formally registered in Zagreb the following year. CPS operates through three compatible programs: Asylum, Integration and Human Security, Peace Education and Non-violence Affirmation, and Combating Inequalities. In our work in all programs we combine several approaches - research, education, public actions, and work on public policies, advocacy and public campaigns.


Who is who within CPS

The highest governing body of CPS is the Assembly, composed of all the CPS members (around 60). 

The Assembly confirms the Statute of Centre for Peace Studies, the main document of our organization.

Along with the Assembly, CPS has the Executive Board and the Council.

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